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Sleuth vs. Detective

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Sleuthnoun

A detective.

Detectivenoun

(law enforcement) A police officer who looks for evidence as part of solving a crime; an investigator.

Sleuthnoun

(archaic) A sleuthhound; a bloodhound.

Detectivenoun

A person employed to find information not otherwise available to the public.

Sleuthnoun

(obsolete) An animal’s trail or track.

Detectiveadjective

Employed in detecting.

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Sleuthnoun

Slowness; laziness, sloth.

Detectiveadjective

Fitted for, or skilled in, detecting; employed in detecting crime or criminals; as, a detective officer.

Sleuthnoun

A group of bears.

Detectivenoun

One who business it is so detect criminals or discover matters of secrecy.

Sleuthverb

To act as a detective; to try to discover who committed a crime, or, more generally, to solve a mystery.

Detectivenoun

a police officer who investigates crimes

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Sleuthnoun

The track of man or beast as followed by the scent.

Detectivenoun

an investigator engaged or employed in obtaining information not easily available to the public

Sleuthnoun

a detective who follows a trail

Detective

A detective is an investigator, usually a member of a law enforcement agency. They often collect information to solve crimes by talking to witnesses and informants, collecting physical evidence, or searching records in databases.

Sleuthverb

watch, observe, or inquire secretly

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