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Translation of "false" - English-Spanish dictionary

false

adjective   /fɔːls/
B1 not true or correct falso He gave false information to the police.
not real postizo, falso The drawer has a false bottom.
(Definition of false from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

false

adjective /foːls/
not true; not correct falso He made a false statement to the police.
not genuine; intended to deceive falso She has a false passport.
artificial postizo false teeth.
not loyal falso, desleal false friends.
falsehood noun
(formal) (the telling of) a lie falsedad, mentira She is incapable of (uttering a) falsehood.
falsify /-fӕi/ verb ( past participle falsified)
to make false falsificar He falsified the accounts.
falsification /-fi-/ noun
falsificación falsification of the documents.
falsity noun
falsedad
false alarm noun
a warning of something which in fact does not happen falsa alarma We thought there was a fire, but it was just a false alarm.
false start noun
in a race, a start which is declared not valid and therefore has to be repeated. salida nula
(Definition of false from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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