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hoax

noun   /həʊks/
a plan to deceive someone, such as telling the police there is a bomb somewhere when there is not one, or a trick engaño The bomb threat turned out to be a hoax. He’d made a hoax call claiming to be the president.1052
(Definition of hoax from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hoax

noun /həuks/
a trick played to deceive people trampa, engaño; broma pesada There wasn’t a bomb in the school at all – it was just a hoax.
play a hoax on
to carry out a trick on. engañar a
(Definition of hoax from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “hoax”
in Vietnamese trò chơi khăm…
in Malaysian tipu helah…
in Thai การหลอกลวง…
in French tour…
in German die Falschmeldung…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恶作剧,骗局…
in Turkish muziplik, oyun, şaka…
in Russian надувательство, ложная тревога…
in Indonesian tipuan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 惡作劇,騙局…
in Polish żart…
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