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phoney  Noun
Plural: phoneys
  1. Translate "phoney" to Spanish: farsante, charlatán, impostor
    English Synonyms of "phoney": faker, charlatan, fraud, fake, impostor, person who makes usually showy pretenses to knowledge or abilities he or she does not have, phony, sham
    Define meaning of "phoney": A person who professes beliefs and opinions that he does not hold.

  2. Translate "phoney" to Spanish: fatuo
    English Synonyms of "phoney": phony, snob, feigned individual, feigned person

  3. Translate "phoney" to Spanish: falsificación
    English Synonyms of "phoney": forgery, alteration, faking, falsification, embezzlement, forging, phony
    Define meaning of "phoney": Criminal falsification by making or altering an instrument with intent to defraud.

  4. Translate "phoney" to Spanish: algo falso
    English Synonyms of "phoney": fake thing, something false, phony, pseud

phoney  Adjective
  1. Translate "phoney" to Spanish: artificial, falso
    English Synonyms of "phoney": affected, feigned, insincere, phony, pretended, artificial
    Define meaning of "phoney": Fraudulent; having a misleading appearance.

  2. Translate "phoney" to Spanish: fatuo, farsante, plástico
    English Synonyms of "phoney": vain, conceited, fatuitous, self-conceited, snob, fatuous, phony
    Define meaning of "phoney": Characteristic of false pride; having an exaggerated sense of self-importance.

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