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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
falsify /'fɔ:lsifai/
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Concise Dictionary
falsified|falsifies|falsifying'fɔːlsɪfaɪ
verb
+make false by mutilation or addition; as of a message or story
+fake or falsify
+prove false
+falsify knowingly
+insert words into texts, often falsifying it thereby

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
fake, alter, distort, misstate, misrepresent, twist, Colloq fudge, trump up, Brit cook:
The tax inspector found that the accounts had been falsified.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
(falsifies, falsifying, falsified, falsified) [VN] to change a written record or information so that it is no longer true: to falsify data / records / accounts
falsification noun [U, C]: the deliberate falsification of the company's records


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