fake


fake
I noun charlatan, copy, counterfeit copy, emulation, fabrication, facsimile, false representation, falsehood, falsification, feigned copy, forged duplicate, forgery, fraud, fraudulent replica, hoax, imitation, imposter, pretender, quack, replica, reproduction, ruse, simulation, unauthorized reproduction associated concepts: counterfeit, forgery II verb act, act falsely, adulterate, affect, alter with intent to deceive, be deceitful, beguile, belie, bluff, cheat, claim falsely, counterfeit, cover up, cozen, deceive, decoy, defraud, delude, disguise, dissemble, dissimulate, distort, dupe, fabricate, falsify, feign, foist off, forge, go through the motions, hoax, hoodwink, imitate, lie, make a show of, make believe, malinger, mislead, misrepresent, pass off, plagiarize, portray falsely, pose as, prepare something specious, pretend, put on an act, put up a front, render spurious, sham, simulate, swindle, trick associated concepts: false pretenses III index assumed (feigned), camouflage, cloak, copy, counterfeit, deceive, deception, disguise, dishonest, fabricate (make up), false (not genuine), false pretense, falsification, falsify, fictitious, forge (counterfeit), forgery, frame (prearrange), fraudulent, hoax, imposture, invent (falsify), meretricious, misrepresent, mock (imitate), palter, pretend, sham, specious, spurious, untrue

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  • Fake — Fake, v. t. [Cf. Gael. faigh to get, acquire, reach, or OD. facken to catch or gripe.] [Slang in all its senses.] 1. To cheat; to swindle; to steal; to rob. [1913 Webster] 2. To make; to construct; to do. [1913 Webster] 3. To manipulate… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Fake — 〈 [fɛık] m. od. n.; Gen.: s, Pl.: s; umg.; salopp〉 1. Simulation, Täuschung; die Geschichte ist ein Fake 2. Fälschung, Imitation eines teuren Markenproduktes; die Uhr hat sich als Fake entpuppt [Etym.: engl.] …   Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  • fake — [adj] false, imitation affected, artificial, assumed, bogus, concocted, counterfeit, fabricated, fictitious, forged, fraudulent, invented, make believe, mock, phony, pretended, pseudo*, reproduction, sham, simulated, spurious; concepts 401,582… …   New thesaurus

  • fake — fake1 [fāk] vt., vi. faked, faking [earlier feague, feake, ult. < ? Ger fegen, polish, sweep, in 17th c. thieves slang, to clean out a (victim s) purse] 1. a) to make (something) seem real, satisfactory, etc. by any sort of deception or… …   English World dictionary

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