- 佯攻， (在比赛中的)做假动作，佯做（动作）迷惑
- vt. 伪造,篡改,对…做手脚 change (sth) so that it falsely appears better, more valuable, etc.
- vt. 仿造 copy (sth) so as to deceive
- vt. & vi. 假装 pretend
- [C]骗子; 赝品 a person or thing that is not what he, she or it looks like
something that is a counterfeit; not what it seems to be
a person who makes deceitful pretenses
(football) a deceptive move made by a football player
fraudulent; having a misleading appearance
not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article;
"it isn't fake anything; it's real synthetic fur"
"decorated with imitation palm leaves"
"a purse of simulated alligator hide"
make a copy of with the intent to deceive;
"he faked the signature"
"they counterfeited dollar bills"
"She forged a Green Card"
tamper, with the purpose of deception;
"Fudge the figures"
"cook the books"
"falsify the data"
speak insincerely or without regard for facts or truths;
"The politician was not well prepared for the debate and faked it"
- Cops arrest 8 men who manufacture and sale fake collage notice .
- I can't believe he sold me a lousy fake watch!
- He looked like a postman but he was really a fake.
- On closer examination the painting was proved to be a fake.
- It now turns out that Yaminer's study was a fake.
- The plan, however, was self-evidently a fake.
- He faked his father's signature.
- He arranged the accident in order to fake his own death.
- She fake illness so as not to go to school.
- it is virtually impossible for a speaker to fake sounding confident if he is not,
- Every politician has to fake a little.
- I thought he was really hurt but he was faking.
- He faked the results of the experiment to prove his theory.
- He faked my signature.
- She faked illness so that she did not have to go to school.
- The boy's whole story had been faked.
- He looked like a doctor but he was really a fake.
- We thought it was a genuine antique, but it turned out to be a fake.
- fake out( v.+adv. )
捉弄,欺骗deceive sb, as by a trick
fake sb ⇔ out
You could try to fake out the teacher by handing in your book as though you'd done the work.
- fake up( v.+adv. )
伪造,捏造invent sth false; pretend that sth is real
fake sth ⇔ up
You can easily fake up an excuse to avoid going out with him.
There wasn't a word of truth in what he said; the whole story had been faked up.
Fake whisky...the symptoms following consumption are similar to those of gastric poisoning.出自：Glasgow Herald
He gave her a bright fake smile.出自： G. Greene
The horse-brand..had been 'faked' or cleverly altered.出自： R. Boldrewood
What else could the poor old chap do but fake up an answer fit for publication.出自： G. B. Shaw
- ☆ 1775年进入英语，直接源自德语的fegen，意为磨光，润色。
- false 假的
- feign 假装
- falsify 伪造，篡改
- pretend 假装
- sham 假
- forgery 伪造
- forge 锻造
- bogus 假的
- phoney 假的
- copy 复制品
- simulate 假装
- fraud 欺骗
- counterfeit 膺品
- forged 锻造的
- simulation 模拟
- mock-up 实验或教学用的实物大模型...
- facsimile 摹本
- deceive 欺骗
- artificial 人造的
- imitative 仿制的
- make-believe 假装
- distort 歪曲
- disguise 掩饰
- mock 嘲弄
- fraudulent 欺诈的
- imitation 模仿
- untrue 不真实的
- unreal 不真实的
- fictitious 假想的
- deceit 欺骗
- disguised 动词disguise的过...
- theatrical 剧场的
- dummy 傀儡
- assumed 假定的
- hypocritical 伪善的
- pretense 借口
- fabricate 编造
- delusion 错觉
- outside 在外面
- quack (鸭子)嘎嘎叫声...
- faux 假的
- fudge 软糖
- faker 骗子
- pretender 冒充者
- pseud 假名(=pseudon...
- bullshit 胡说
- simulated 伪装的
- wangle （用计谋等）得到...
- pseudo 假的
- imposter 冒名顶替者
- cook 厨师
- bastard 私生的
- talk through one's hat 胡说八道
- phony 假的
- bull 公牛
- postiche 伪造品
- manipulate 操纵
- shammer 骗子
- impostor 冒充者
- misrepresent 误称
- juke 音乐小酒店