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im·pos·tor  Both Genders - Noun - Singular
Plural: impostores
Feminine: impostora
Plural and Feminine: impostoras
  1. Translate "impostor" to English: impostor, faker, fraud, dissembler, fake, imposter, phoney, phony, role player, wolf in sheep's clothing, faitour, humbug, personator, pretender, pseudo, sham, shammer
    Spanish Synonyms of "impostor": embaucador, persona que aparenta poseer conocimientos o habilidades que no tiene, timador, charlatán, farsante, imitador, simulador, falsario, patrañero
    Define meaning of "impostor": Suplantadora o suplantador, persona que se hace pasar por quien no es.

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impostor  Adjective
  1. Translate "impostor" to English: impostor, deceptive, fake, feigned, two-faced, duplicitous, impostrous, imposturous, sham
    Spanish Synonyms of "impostor": mentiroso, embaucador, engañador, engañoso, falaz, fingido, ilusorio, patrañero
    Define meaning of "impostor": Apelativo que se da a quien tiene el hábito de mentir.

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