Bedeutung von “false” — Learner’s Dictionary

false

adjective us uk /fɔːls/
Extra Examples
They checked and found the claim was false.She made a number of false accusations about me.I wish to correct the false impression given by your statement.He was charged after giving false information to the police.The information turned out to be false.
NOT TRUE

B1 not true or correct:

a false name
Many rumours about her life were later proved to be false.
NOT REAL

B2 not real, but made to look or seem real:

false teeth
false documents
NOT SINCERE

not sincere or expressing real emotions:

false promises
I hate the way he smiles at everyone. It's so false.
falsely adverb

(Definition von “false” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)