listen to the pronunciation of hoax
English - Turkish
{i} muziplik
{i} oyun

Bunun hepsinin bir oyun olduğuna inanıyorum. - I believe it's all a hoax.

kafaya almak
(Konuşma Dili) kafa bulmak
gırgır geçmek

Fotoğraf bir aldatmacaydı. - The photo was a hoax.

Sen bir aldatmaca kurbanısın. - You're the victim of a hoax.

{f} aldat

Bütün bunların bir aldatmaca olduğuna inanıyorum. - I believe that it's all a hoax.

Fotoğraf bir aldatmacaydı. - The photo was a hoax.

{f} aldatmak, oyun etmek, işletmek
(Askeri) Aldatmak, hile yaomak
{i} hile, oyun
oyun oyna
{i} işletme
{f} oyun etmek
{i} şaka, latife
{f} sazanlamak
slang işletmek
{i} kafese koyma
{i} sazanlama
hoax email
çoğunlukla alıcı kişiyi aslı olmayan bir şeye inandırma amaçlı aldatıcı içeriğe sahip eposta
hoax so.
hoax öyle
hoax bomb call
sahte bomba ihbarı
oyun oynayan kimse
English - English
Anything deliberately intended to deceive or trick
To deceive (someone) by making them believe something which has been maliciously or mischievously fabricated
In virus terms, an email that warns of an invalid viral infection or risk, causing more concern than necessary to the user See our Malware Hoax database for more information
{f} trick, deceive, dupe
A chain letter that usually spreads a false virus warning
Refers to being trick into believing or accepting as genuine something false and often preposterous
The most common hoax, however, is the hoax virus This usually consists of an Email message warning recipients about a new and terribly destructive virus It ends by suggesting that the reader should warn his or her friends and colleagues, perhaps by simply forwarding the original message to everyone in their address book The result is a rapidly growing proliferation of pointless emails that can increase to such an extent that they overload systems
something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage
A deceptive trick, often done in mischief 10 13
There are lots of virus hoaxes going around, especially the email type Good Times is the most well known hoax with plenty to follow The bottom line is that you can never get a virus from just downloading and reading your mail It is possible to get a virus from an email attachment - but you have to save and open/run the attachment to risk infection Hoaxes are often official sounded, unsolicited, and reference important sound official like places If you think you have a virus or have received a legitimate warning, check out my site to confirm your suspicions More often than not, if it was unsolicited email sent to you it is probably a hoax
Misleiding - Message that describes a particular virus that does not exist
subject to a palyful hoax or joke
A deception for mockery or mischief; a deceptive trick or story; a practical joke
an untrue, invalid, or outdated email message written to convince the recipient to send the message to others Hoaxes may be recognized by examining the technical sounding but incorrect language and by the recipient These are related to email chain letters which usually contain a hook, a threat, and a request (to forward the message or even send money)
A chain letter that usually describes a horribly devastating virus, when in fact the virus is a complete fabrication
To deceive (someone) with a hoax
(See Canard )
{i} mischievous deception, act intended to deceive or trick
A hoax is a trick in which someone tells people a lie, for example that there is a bomb somewhere when there is not, or that a picture is genuine when it is not. He denied making the hoax call but was convicted after a short trial
An e-mail warning of some devastating virus The e-mail states that this knowledge is new and unknown to the public It may mention a company or instituition whose name is known by the public to present a valid facade Typically there's no file attachment in the e-mail and no reference to a third party who can validate the claim and the general 'tone' of the message
An e-mail that tries to scare people and is not true
to trick
To deceive by a story or a trick, for sport or mischief; to impose upon sportively
Piltdown hoax
Forgery of human fossil remains that impeded early 20th-century progress in the study of human evolution. The apparently fossilized skull found at Piltdown Common near Lewes, Eng., was first proposed as a new species of prehistoric man ("Piltdown man") in 1912. Only in 1954 was the skull shown to consist of a human cranium skillfully joined to the jaw of an orangutan. The hoax may have been perpetrated by the skull's discoverer, Charles Dawson, though evidence discovered in the 1970s suggests a British Museum staff member, Martin A.C. Hinton
To hoax
a hoax
past of hoax
One who hoaxes
Someone who does hoaxes
{i} trickster, one who hoaxes
A hoaxer is someone who carries out a hoax
someone who plays practical jokes on others
third-person singular of hoax
plural of hoax
present participle of hoax