HyperDic: falso

Español > 21 sentidos de la palabra falso:
ADJETIVOallfalsonot in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality
allfalso, contrahecho, falseado, falsificado, imitado, imitativonot genuine
allfalso, artero, artificiosa, astuto, falsa, insincera, insincero, mañoso, poco sinceronot straightforward or candid / candid
allfalso, equivocado, incorrectonot correct
allfalso, gazmoño, hipócrita, mojigato, santurrón, tartufoexcessively or hypocritically pious
allfalsomarked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another
allfalso, desleal(used especially of persons) not dependable in devotion or affection
allfalso, embustero, mentirosonot expressing or given to expressing the truth
allfalso, ficticio, fingidoadopted in order to deceive / deceive
allfalso, adulterado, falsificado, trapicheadofraudulent
allfalso, hipócritaprofessing feelings or virtues one does not have
allfalso, engañoso, fraudulentointended to deceive
allfalso, engañoso, ilusorioinappropriate to reality or facts
allfalso, artificial, falsificado, imitadonot genuine or real
allfalso, equivocadoarising from error / error
allfalsodeliberately deceptive
allfalso, especiosoplausible but false
allfalso, erróneonot according with the facts
allfalso, postizohaving the appearance of being real but lacking capacity to function
allfalso, falsificado, forjadoreproduced fraudulently
NOMBREperson falso, camandulero, comediante, embustero, fariseo, farsante, hipócrita, impostor, mentiroso, santurrón, tartufoa person who professes beliefs and opinions that he or she does not hold in order to conceal his or her real feelings or motives
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Sentidonot in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality.
Cualidad dela verdad, verdadconformity to reality or actuality
Específicoengañoso, falaz, mendazintentionally untrue
erróneo, falsonot according with the facts
especioso, falsoPlausible but false
Tambiéncontrahecho, falseado, falsificado, falso, imitado, imitativonot genuine
deshonesto, deshonroso, insincerodeceptive or fraudulent
equivocado, falso, incorrectonot correct
hipócrita, insincerolacking sincerity
Contrariocierto, verdaderoconsistent with fact or reality
Inglésfalse
Catalánfals
Nombresbola, embuste, falsedad, infundio, mentira, patraña, trolaA false statement
falsedad, mentiraThe state of being false / false or untrue
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Sentidonot genuine; imitating something superior.
Sinónimoscontrahecho, falseado, falsificado, imitado, imitativo
Específicoadulterado, falsificado, falso, trapicheadofraudulent
espúreo, espurioIntended to deceive / deceive
falsificado, falso, forjadoReproduced fraudulently
falso, ficticio, fingidoAdopted in order to deceive / deceive
fingido, imitado, simuladoconstituting a copy or imitation of something
manifiesto, ostensible, ostensivorepresented or appearing as such
pseudo(often used in combination) not genuine but having the appearance of
sintéticonot genuine or natural
Tambiénartificial, irrealcontrived by art rather than nature
falsonot in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality
hipócrita, insincerolacking sincerity
irreallacking in reality or substance or genuineness
Contrarioauténtico, genuino, legítimo, real, verdaderonot fake or counterfeit
Ingléscounterfeit, imitative
Verbosimitarmake a reproduction or copy of
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Sentidonot straightforward or candid / candid; giving a false / false appearance of frankness.
Sinónimosartero, artificiosa, astuto, falsa, insincera, insincero, mañoso, poco sincero
Específicodeformado, desfigurado, torcidoHaving an intended meaning / meaning altered or misrepresented
Tambiénhipócrita, insincerolacking sincerity
Contrarioingenuo, inocenteCharacterized by an inability to mask your feelings
Inglésdisingenuous, artful
Nombresamaño, artería, astuciaThe quality of being adroit in taking unfair advantage
engaño, falacia, mentiraThe quality of being disingenuous and lacking candor
Adverbiosdiestramente, falsamente, ingeniosamenteIn a disingenuous manner
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Sentidonot correct; not in conformity with fact or truth.
Sinónimosequivocado, incorrecto
Cualidad decorrección, correctitud, propiedadconformity to fact or truth
Específicodefectuoso, erróneo, inexactoContaining or characterized by error
equivocado, falsoArising from error / error
falazBased on an incorrect or misleading notion or information
Tambiénfalsonot in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality
impreciso, inexactonot exact
impropio, inapropiadonot suitable or right or appropriate
Contrarioacertado, correcto, justoFree from error
Inglésincorrect, wrong
Catalánincorrecte
NombresincorrecciónThe quality of not conforming to fact or truth
incorrecciónlack of conformity to social expectations
Adverbiosfalsamente, incorrectamenteIn an incorrect manner
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Sentidoexcessively or hypocritically pious.
Sinónimosgazmoño, hipócrita, mojigato, santurrón, tartufo
Generalpiadoso, píoHaving or showing or expressing reverence for a deity
Inglésholier-than-thou, pietistic, pietistical, pharisaic, pharisaical, sanctimonious, self-righteous
Catalánbeguí, colltort, fals, farisaic, fariseu, hipòcrita, rosegaaltars
Nombresbeatería, santería, santurroneríaThe quality of being hypocritically devout
fariseoA self-righteous or sanctimonious person
religiosidadexaggerated or affected piety and religious zeal
AdverbiospiadosamenteIn a sanctimonious manner
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Sentidomarked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another.
Generaldeshonesto, deshonroso, insincerodeceptive or fraudulent
Inglésambidextrous, deceitful, double-dealing, duplicitous, Janus-faced, two-faced, double-faced, double-tongued
Nombresdoble juego, doblez, duplicidadActing in bad faith
doblez, dolo, duplicidad, engaño, fraude, fraudulencia, trampaA fraudulent or duplicitous representation
retrecheríaThe quality of being crafty
Adverbioscon falsedad, deshonestamente, deshonrosamente, engañosamente, mentirosamenteIn a corrupt and deceitful manner
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Sentido(used especially of persons) not dependable in devotion or affection; unfaithful.
Sinónimodesleal
Generalinconstantelikely to change frequently often without apparent or cogent reason
Inglésfalse, untrue
Catalánartificial, fals
Nombresdoblez, duplicidad, falsedad, mala feThe quality of not being open or truthful
falsedad, mentiraThe state of being false / false or untrue
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Sentidonot expressing or given to expressing the truth.
Sinónimosembustero, mentiroso
Específicoembustero, farsante, mendaz, mentirosogiven to lying
Tambiéndeshonesto, deshonroso, insincerodeceptive or fraudulent
ContrarioverídicoExpressing or given to expressing the truth
Inglésuntruthful
NombresfalsedadThe quality of being untruthful
Adverbiosfalsamente, mentirosamente, perversamenteIn a mendacious and untruthful manner
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SentidoAdopted in order to deceive / deceive.
Sinónimosficticio, fingido
Generalcontrahecho, falseado, falsificado, falso, imitado, imitativonot genuine
Inglésassumed, false, fictitious, fictive, pretended, put on, sham
Catalánfals, fictici
Nombresdoblez, duplicidad, falsedad, mala feThe quality of not being open or truthful
elucubración, fábula, ficción, invenciónA deliberately false / false or improbable account
embaucador, embustero, farsante, impostora, impostor, simuladorA person who makes deceitful pretenses
imposturaSomething that is a counterfeit
Adverbiosfalazmente, falsamente, ficticiamente, fingidamenteIn a false / false manner intended to mislead
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Sentidofraudulent; having a misleading appearance.
Sinónimosadulterado, falsificado, trapicheado
Generalcontrahecho, falseado, falsificado, falso, imitado, imitativonot genuine
Inglésbogus, fake, phony, phoney, bastard
Catalánfarsant, fill de puta
Nombrescamandulero, comediante, embustero, falso, fariseo, farsante, hipócrita, impostor, mentiroso, santurrón, tartufoA person who professes beliefs and opinions that he or she does not hold in order to conceal his or her real feelings or motives
embaucador, embustero, farsante, impostora, impostor, simuladorA person who makes deceitful pretenses
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Sentidoprofessing feelings or virtues one does not have.
Sinónimohipócrita
Generalhipócrita, insincerolacking sincerity
Ingléshypocritical
Catalánfals, hipòcrita
Nombreschoro, hipocresíaAn expression of agreement that is not supported by real conviction
hipocresíainsincerity by virtue of pretending to have qualities or beliefs that you do not really have
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SentidoIntended to deceive.
Sinónimosengañoso, fraudulento
Generaldeshonesto, deshonroso, insincerodeceptive or fraudulent
Inglésdeceitful, fallacious, fraudulent
Catalánenganyós, fals, fraudulent
Nombresbulo, camelo, engañifa, engaño, filfa, fraude, mistificación, pastrana, patraña, trampaSomething intended to deceive
engaño, fraude, fraudulenciaThe quality of being fraudulent
retrecheríaThe quality of being crafty
AdverbiosfraudulentamenteIn a dishonest and fraudulent manner
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Sentidoinappropriate to reality or facts.
Sinónimosengañoso, ilusorio
Generalirreal, poco realistanot realistic
Inglésdelusive, false
Nombresfalsedad, mentiraThe state of being false / false or untrue
Adverbiosengañosamente, falazmente, falsamenteIn a deceptive and unrealistic manner
Verbosburlar, engañarBe false to
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Sentidonot genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article.
Sinónimosartificial, falsificado, imitado
Generalartificial, irrealcontrived by art rather than nature
Inglésfake, false, faux, imitation, simulated
Catalánartificial, fals, falsejat, falsificat, imitat
NombresimposturaSomething that is a counterfeit
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SentidoArising from error / error.
Sinónimoequivocado
Generalequivocado, falso, incorrectonot correct
Inglésfalse, mistaken
Nombresfalsedad, mentiraThe state of being false / false or untrue
Adverbiosequivocadamente, erradamente, erróneamenteIn a mistaken / mistaken manner
falsamente, incorrectamenteIn an incorrect manner
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Sentidodeliberately deceptive.
Generalhipócrita, insincerolacking sincerity
Inglésfalse
Nombresbola, embuste, falsedad, infundio, mentira, patraña, trolaA false statement
inconstancia, infidencia, volubilidadunfaithfulness by virtue of being unreliable or treacherous
AdverbiosfalsamenteIn an insincerely false / false manner
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SentidoPlausible but false.
Sinónimoespecioso
Generalfalsonot in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality
Inglésspecious, spurious
NombresespeciosidadAn appearance of truth that is false / false or deceptive
falsedadstate of lacking genuineness
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Sentidonot according with the facts.
Sinónimoerróneo
Generalfalsonot in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality
Inglésuntrue
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SentidoHaving the appearance of being real but lacking capacity to function.
Sinónimopostizo
Generalartificial, irrealcontrived by art rather than nature
Inglésdummy
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SentidoReproduced fraudulently.
Sinónimosfalsificado, forjado
Generalcontrahecho, falseado, falsificado, falso, imitado, imitativonot genuine
Inglésbad, forged
Catalánfals, falsificat
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SentidoA person who professes beliefs and opinions that he or she does not hold in order to conceal his or her real feelings or motives.
Sinónimoscamandulero, comediante, embustero, fariseo, farsante, hipócrita, impostor, mentiroso, santurrón, tartufo
Específicocobista, pelota, smoothiesomeone with an assured and ingratiating manner
Generalestafador, trampososomeone who leads you to believe something that is not true
Ingléshypocrite, dissembler, dissimulator, phony, phoney, pretender
Cataláncolltort, fariseu, hipòcrita
Adjetivoadulterado, falsificado, falso, trapicheadofraudulent
Verbosafectar, aparentar, fingir, pretender, simularmake believe with the intent to deceive / deceive

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