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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “false”

false

adjective (NOT TRUE)
不真實的
 
 
/fɒls/ US  /fɑːls/
disapproving not true, but made to seem true in order to deceive people
虛假的;偽造的
She was charged with giving false evidence in court.
她被控在法庭上作偽證。
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。
He assumed a false identity (= pretended he was someone else) in order to escape from the police.
為了逃避警方的追捕,他用了假身分。
Faking and pretending
under false pretences disapproving If you do something under false pretences, you lie about who you are, what you are doing, or what you intend to do, in order to get something
靠欺詐手段;以虛假的藉口
He was deported for entering the country under false pretences.
他因以虛假身分入境而被驅逐出境。
If you're not going to offer me a job, then you've brought me here under false pretences (= you have deceived me in order to make me come here).
如果你不打算給我一份工作,那麼你就是把我騙到這裡來的。
Dishonest
(Definition of false adjective (NOT TRUE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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