false adjective (NOT REAL)
false adjective (NOT TRUE)
When she was stopped by the police for speeding, she gave them a false name and address. 因超速駕駛被員警截停時，她報上假的姓名和地址。
under false pretences disapproving
- The politician was awarded £50 000 damages over false allegations made by the newspaper.
- The two men allege that the police forced them to make false confessions.
- His accusations were false, but they served to besmirch her reputation.
- Their promises lulled us into a false sense of security.
- The government's claim that it would reduce taxes proved false.
false adjective (NOT CORRECT)
B1 not correct錯誤的
"Three plus three is seven. True or false?" "False." 「三加三等於七。對還是錯？」「錯。」
- It is an illogical statement, because if one part is true, then the other must be false.
- Your actions are based on some false presuppositions.
- That theory was proved false.
- My fears about the job turned out to be false.
- Teams will lose two points for any false answers.