phony

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} sahtekâr

Tom tam bir sahtekar. - Tom is a total phony.

düzme
sahte

Tom tam bir sahtekar. - Tom is a total phony.

taklit
yapmacık. i
{i} şarlatan
{s} düzmece
{s} kalp
{i} sahte şey
sahtekâr, düzenbaz
s., argo
kendine sahte sıfat veren kimse
phony mine
(Askeri) (LAND MINE WARFARE) SAHTE MAYIN (KARA MAYIN HARBİ): Sahte bir mayın tarlasında bir mayına benzetilerek kullanılan cisim. Bu cisim, mevcut herhangi bir malzemeden meydana getirilebilir. Bak. "mine (land mine warfare) "
phony mine
(Askeri) sahte mayın
phony minefield
(Askeri) sahte mayın tarlası
phony minefield
(Askeri) SAHTE MAYIN TARLASI: Düşmanı aldatmak amacıyla, bir mayın tarlasına benzetilen bir arazi parçası. Ayrıca bakınız: "gap", "minefield"
phoney
düzmece
phoney
dandik
phoney
sahtekâr
phoney
yapmacık
phoney
yapmacık kimse
comparative of phony
sahte karşılaştırmalı
phoney
sahtekar, sahte kimse
phoney
{i} şarlatan
phoney
kalp
phoney
sahte
phoney
sahte şey
İngilizce - İngilizce
A faker, a person who professes beliefs or opinions that he or she does not hold or assumes an identity other than their own

He's as phony as a three-dollar bill.

Fraudulent; fake; having a misleading appearance

A good jeweler should be able to tell a real stone from a phony one.

{i} something fake, counterfeit object
fraudulent; having a misleading appearance
a person who professes beliefs and opinions that he does not hold
see phoney. the usual American spelling of phoney (Perhaps from fawney (18-19 centuries), from fáinne )
{s} fake, fraudulent, counterfeit, not authentic (also spelled phoney)
Phony War
(1939-40) Early months of World War II, marked by no major hostilities. The term was coined by journalists to derisively describe the six-month period (October 1939-March 1940) during which no land operations were undertaken by the Allies or the Germans after the German conquest of Poland in September 1939
phony person
person who cannot be believed, one who behaves in an artificial manner
phony smile
false smile, fake smile, disingenuous smile
phoney
A person who professes beliefs or opinions that he or she does not hold
phoney
1900 Fraudulent; fake; having a misleading appearance

A good jeweler should be able to tell a real stone from a phoney one.

phoney
A person who assumes an identity or quality other than their own

He claims to be a doctor, but he's nothing but a fast-talking phoney.

phoney
disapproval If you say that someone is phoney, you disapprove of them because they are pretending to be someone that they are not in order to deceive people. He looks totally phoney to me. Phoney is also a noun. `He's false, a phoney,' Harry muttered
phoney
a person who professes beliefs and opinions that he does not hold
phoney
fraudulent; having a misleading appearance
phoney
A person who professes beliefs or opinions that he or she does not hold or assumes an identity other than their own
phoney
disapproval If you describe something as phoney, you disapprove of it because it is false rather than genuine. He'd telephoned with some phoney excuse she didn't believe for a minute
phoney
{i} something fake, counterfeit object
phoneys
plural of phoney
phonier
comparative of phony
phonies
plural of phony
phoniest
superlative of phony
phoniness
The condition or quality of being phony or fake
phoniness
{i} falseness, fraudulence; insincerity, deceitfulness
phony