Bizim güvenlik kameraları sahte. - Our security cameras are fake.
Sosyal ağlarda hırsızlar, sahteciler, sapıklar veya katiller olabilir. Güvenliğiniz için, onlara inanmamalısınız. - There may be thieves, fakers, perverts or killers in social networks. For your security, you shouldn't believe them.
A fake fur or a fake painting, for example, is a fur or painting that has been made to look valuable or genuine, usually in order to deceive people. The bank manager is said to have issued fake certificates. A fake is something that is fake. It is filled with famous works of art, and every one of them is a fake
The production of a Scouting item, including the reproduction or copy of a previously issued Scouting item (i e : patch), whether identified as such or not, that is made by an individual or a group without the original authorized authority (or successor authority) to produce or issue such an item (ISCA)
not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article; "it isn't fake anything; it's real synthetic fur"; "faux pearls"; "false teeth"; "decorated with imitation palm leaves"; "a purse of simulated alligator hide"
is when the man takes a double-time step or holds a beat to be on the same foot as his partner, then skips or adds (FAKES) a step to return to the opposite foot as that of his partner's (commonly called 'cheating' a step) Also known as a Maxixe
A stamp, cover or cancel that has been altered or concocted to appeal to a collector In a broad sense, fakes include repairs, reperforations and regummed stamps, as well as painted-in cancels, bogus cancels or counterfeit markings Sometimes entire covers are faked
If you fake a feeling, emotion, or reaction, you pretend that you are experiencing it when you are not. Jon faked nonchalance Maturity and emotional sophistication can't be faked. To coil (a rope or cable)
A general term referring to a non-original item Related terms include fantasy piece, re-run, reproductions and re-strike
something that is a counterfeit; not what it seems to be not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article; "it isn't fake anything; it's real synthetic fur"; "faux pearls"; "false teeth"; "decorated with imitation palm leaves"; "a purse of simulated alligator hide
A genuine stamp which has has any altering to its colour, perforation, postmark, etc to enhance its value in order to defraud
To coil (a rope, line, or hawser), by winding alternately in opposite directions, in layers usually of zigzag or figure of eight form,, to prevent twisting when running out
A genuine stamp which has any altering to its color, perforation, postmark, etc to enhance its value in order to defraud Fake - Color - Chemical treated of a stamp to alter its color; a rare shade may be produced from a common one, or colors can be changed entirely Fake - Perforation - Amongst perforation fakes to be found are imperforate stamps perforated, perforations removed and wide imperforate margins added, gauge of perforations altered, etc Fake - Repaired - This includes the adding margins and to painting-in missing portions of torn or badly damaged specimens
make a copy of with the intent to deceive; "he faked the signature"; "they counterfeited dollar bills"; "She forged a Green Card"
An imitation Also, something altered or created to look like something else In stamps, for example, the item may be repaired, reperfed or regummed to resemble a more valuable variety See also: counterfeit
Someone who is a fake is not what they claim to be, for example because they do not have the qualifications that they claim to have. = fraud
A book or collection of pages containing information about songs, especially their lyrics, melodies, and chord progressions, used by musicians as a substitute for standard sheet music or as a framework for improvisation
Head nodding gently, knees crossed, all but tapping his foot to the human rhythm as though the groans and moans of coitus – for real or for fake – were more a concert on the Third Programme than a Home Servicing.
[ fAk ] (transitive verb.) 15th century. The origin is not known with certainty, although first attested in 1775 CE in British criminals' slang. It is probably from feak, feague, "to give a better appearance through artificial means"; akin to D veeg a slap, vegen to sweep, wipe; German fegen, "to sweep", "to polish", compare Old English fācn, fācen (“deceit, fraud”)
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