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false [fɔ:ls] adjective
false / - / -
erroné (answer)
artificiel (counterfeit)
simulé (pretended)
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Phrases (15)

  1. be false to - tromp
  2. false bottom - double fond
  3. false hope - faux espoir
  4. false start - faux départ
  5. false teeth - dentier
  6. false advertising claim - annonce mensongère
  7. false attack - fausse attaque
  8. false boolean enumeration literal - littéral booléen "false"
  9. false canter - galop à faux
  10. false economy - fausse économie

Contexts

That is not altogether false. Ça ce n'est pas totalement faux.
There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there always has been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that "my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge." Il y a un culte de l'ignorance aux États-Unis d'Amérique et il y en a toujours eu un. L'effort d'anti-intellectualisme a été un fil conducteur de notre vie politique et culturelle, nourri par l'idée erronée que la démocratie signifie que « mon ignorance vaut tout autant que votre savoir ».
He invented a false rumor. Il a inventé une rumeur fausse.
The contestant made two false starts. Le participant fit deux faux départs.
His story can't be false. Son histoire ne peut pas être fausse.

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