specious

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} aldatıcı
{s} yanıltıcı
sahte
görünüşte doğru
makul görünüş
speciousnessdış görünüşün aldatıcı olması
dış görünüş itibariyle aldatıcı
inandırıcı/aldatıcı
samimi olmayan
speciouslydış görünüşüyle aldatarak
{s} görünüşte iyi olan
plausible
{s} akla yakın
plausible
{s} mantıklı

Tom'un hipotezi mantıklıdır. - Tom's hypothesis is plausible.

Sizin hipotez mantıklı. - Your hypothesis is plausible.

plausible
{s} olası

Bilimsel olarak olası mı? - Is it scientifically plausible?

plausible
akla yatkın

Sami'nin akla yatkın bir mazereti vardı. - Sami had a plausible alibi.

Çok akla yatkın geliyor. - It sounds very plausible.

plausible
makul

Bu şey benim için çok makul görünüyor. - This thing seems very plausible to me.

Emmet'in teorisi ile bağlantılı olarak Leech'in sunduğu teklif en makulüdür. - A more plausible proposal is the one Leech presented in conjunction with Emmet's theory.

plausible
inandırıcı

O, inandırıcı bir hikayedir. - It's a plausible story.

speciousness
güvenilmezlik
speciousness
aldatıcılık
plausible
{s} yüze gülücü
speciously
aldatıcı bir şekilde
speciousness
dış görünüşün aldatıcılığı
speciousness
yanıltıcılık
Englisch - Englisch
Having an attractive appearance intended to generate a favorable response; deceptively attractive
Beautiful, pleasing to look at
Seemingly well-reasoned or factual, but actually fallacious or insincere; strongly held but false

This idea that we must see through what we have started is specious, however good it may sound.

plausible
{a} showy, plausible, striking, pleasing
Apparently right; superficially fair, just, or correct, but not so in reality; appearing well at first view; plausible; as, specious reasoning; a specious argument
based on pretense; deceptively pleasing; "the gilded and perfumed but inwardly rotten nobility"; "meretricious praise"; "a meretricious argument"
{s} having the appearance of truth while in actuality being false; deceptively appealing, superficially attractive
plausible but false; "a specious claim"
Seemingly well-reasoned or factual, but actually fallacious or insincere
plausible but false; "specious reasoning"; "the spurious inferences from obsolescent notions of causality"- Ethel Albert
Something that is specious seems to exist or be true, but is not real or true. It is unlikely that the Duke was convinced by such specious arguments. seeming to be true or correct, but actually false (speciosus , from species; SPECIES)
plausible but false; "a specious claim" plausible but false; "specious reasoning"; "the spurious inferences from obsolescent notions of causality"- Ethel Albert
Presenting a pleasing appearance; pleasing in form or look; showy
specious argument
an argument that appears good at first view but is really fallacious
speciousness
The state or quality of being specious
speciousness
The result or product of being specious
speciously
{a} with a good appearance, plausibly
speciously
In a specious manner, fallaciously, erroneously
speciously
in a specious manner, superficially true or good; in a deceptively attractive manner
speciously
in a specious manner
speciousness
The quality of being specious
speciousness
an appearance of truth that is false or deceptive; seeming plausibility; "the speciousness of his argument
speciousness
{i} quality of being specious, state of having the appearance of truth while in actuality being false; state of being deceptively appealing
specious
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