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hoaxnoun [C]

uk   /həʊks/  us   /hoʊks/
a plan to deceive someone, such as telling the police there is a bomb somewhere when there is not one, or a trick: The bomb threat turned out to be a hoax. He'd made a hoax call claiming to be the president.

hoaxverb [T]

uk   /həʊks/  us   /hoʊks/
to deceive, especially by playing a trick on someone
hoaxer
noun [C] uk   /ˈhəʊk.sər/  us   /ˈhoʊk.sɚ/
Traducciones de “hoax”
in Vietnamese trò chơi khăm…
en español trampa, engaño, broma pesada…
in Thai การหลอกลวง…
in Malaysian tipu helah…
en francés tour…
en alemán die Falschmeldung…
en chino (tradicionál) 惡作劇,騙局…
in Indonesian tipuan…
en ruso надувательство, ложная тревога…
en turco muziplik, oyun, şaka…
en chino (simplificado) 恶作剧,骗局…
en polaco żart…
(Definition of hoax from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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