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fictitious

adjective uk   us   /fɪkˈtɪʃ.əs/
invented and not true or not existing: He dismissed recent rumours about his private life as fictitious. Characters in this novel are entirely fictitious.
Translations of “fictitious”
in Korean 허구의…
in Arabic خَيالي…
in Portuguese fictício, imaginário…
in Catalan fictici…
in Japanese 架空の…
in Italian fittizio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 虛構的, 虛假的…
in Russian вымышленный…
in Turkish uydurma, hayal mahsulü, hayalî…
in Chinese (Simplified) 虚构的, 虚假的…
in Polish zmyślony, fikcyjny…
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