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fake /feik/
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        Concise Dictionary
        +something that is a counterfeit; not what it seems to be
        +a person who makes deceitful pretenses
        +(football) a deceptive move made by a football player
        +make a copy of with the intent to deceive
        +fake or falsify
        +talk through one's hat
        +fraudulent; having a misleading appearance
        +not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article

        Thesaurus Dictionary
        1 falsify, doctor, alter, modify, counterfeit, fabricate, manufacture, forge:
        He faked the evidence in order to implicate his own sister.
        2 pretend, make a pretence of, dissemble, feign, sham, make believe, simulate, affect:
        She faked a headache to avoid gym classes.
        3 hoax, counterfeit, sham, forgery, imitation, Colloq phoney or US also phony:
        The experts agree that the painting is a fake.
        4 faker, impostor, charlatan, fraud, hoaxer, mountebank, cheat, humbug, quack, pretender, Colloq phoney or US also phony:
        He isn't a doctor - he's a fake!
        5 false, counterfeit, forged, sham, fraudulent, imitation, pinchbeck, bogus, spurious, factitious, Colloq phoney or US also phony:
        He escaped the country using a fake passport.
        Advanced English Dictionary
        adjective, noun, verb
        + adjective
        1 (disapproving) not genuine; appearing to be sth it is not: fake designer clothing + a fake American accent
        2 made to look like sth else: a Jean Paul Gaultier jacket in fake fur + Don't go out in the sun-get a fake tan from a bottle.
        + noun
        1 an object such as a work of art, a coin or a piece of jewellery that is not genuine but has been made to look as if it is: All the paintings proved to be fakes.
        2 a person who pretends to be what they are not in order to deceive people
        + verb
        1 [VN] to make sth false appear to be genuine, especially in order to deceive sb: She faked her mother's signature on the document. + He arranged the accident in order to fake his own death.
        2 to pretend to have a particular feeling, illness, etc: [VN] She's not really sick-she's just faking it. + He faked a yawn. [also V]?
        faker noun

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