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fake  Verb
Plural: fakes
  1. Translate "fake" to Spanish: falsear, falsificar, imitar, presentar con engaño, contrahacer
    English Synonyms of "fake": counterfeit, falsify, forge, foist in, hype up, jigger, adulterate
    Define meaning of "fake": Make a copy of with the intent to deceive. ; Fake or falsify.
  2. He faked the signature.
    They counterfeited dollar bills.
    She forged a Green Card.
    Fudge the figures.
    Cook the books.
    Falsify the data.

  3. Translate "fake" to Spanish: fingir, aparentar
    English Synonyms of "fake": mask, pretend, cloak, dissemble, feign, make believe, simulate
    Define meaning of "fake": Hide under a false appearance.

  4. Translate "fake" to Spanish: improvisar líneas en una obra de teatro
    English Synonyms of "fake": improvise lines in a play

fake  Noun
  1. Translate "fake" to Spanish: estafa, falseamiento, filfa
    English Synonyms of "fake": cheating, fraud, theft, bilk, cheat, double-dealing, confidence game, confidence trick
    Define meaning of "fake": Something that is a counterfeit; not what it seems to be.

  2. Translate "fake" to Spanish: embaucador, charlatán, embustero, impostor, persona que aparenta poseer conocimientos o habilidades que no tiene, timador
    English Synonyms of "fake": charlatan, faker, fraud, bamboozler, impostor, deceiver
    Define meaning of "fake": A flamboyant deceiver; one who attracts customers with tricks or jokes.

  3. Translate "fake" to Spanish: imitación, artículo de imitación, falsificación
    English Synonyms of "fake": illegal copy, illicit copy, imitation article, imitation product, hyped-up, imitation, pinchbeck
    Define meaning of "fake": Something that is a counterfeit; not what it seems to be.

  4. Translate "fake" to Spanish: decepción, engaño
    English Synonyms of "fake": letdown, lie, deception, disappointment, disillusion, let-down, turn-off, damp rag
    Define meaning of "fake": A feeling of dissatisfaction that results when your expectations are not realized.

  5. Translate "fake" to Spanish: algo espurio
    English Synonyms of "fake": something spurious

  6. Translate "fake" to Spanish: contrahechura
    English Synonyms of "fake": counterfeit, falsification, forgery
    Define meaning of "fake": A copy that is represented as the original.


fake  Adjective
  1. Translate "fake" to Spanish: falso, falsificado, fraudulento, imitado, no auténtico, postizo, apostizo, facticio
    English Synonyms of "fake": dummy, false, counterfeit, imitation, inaunthentic, mock
    Define meaning of "fake": Fraudulent; having a misleading appearance. ; Not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article.
  2. It isn't fake anything; it's real synthetic fur.
    Faux pearls.
    False teeth.
    Decorated with imitation palm leaves.
    A purse of simulated alligator hide.

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  3. Translate "fake" to Spanish: falso, farsante, impostor
    English Synonyms of "fake": false, liar, deceitful, two-faced, untrue, untruthful
    Define meaning of "fake": Not dependable in devotion or affection; unfaithful. ; Adopted in order to deceive. ; Inappropriate to reality or facts. ; Deliberately deceptive. ; Not in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality.

  4. Translate "fake" to Spanish: plástico
    English Synonyms of "fake": phoney, snob, plasticated, phony


  5. Translate "fake" to Spanish: de un solo día
    English Synonyms of "fake": come-and-go, fly-by-night

Verb Conjugation for "fake"
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