counterfeit

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{s} sahte

Tom, sahte bir saat satın aldı. - Tom bought a counterfeit watch.

Asya ülkelerinden sahte DVD'ler Avrupa pazarına sızdı. - Counterfeit DVDs from Asian countries have flooded the European market.

{s} taklit

Newton İngiliz parası taklitçiliğini önlemek için gelişen tekniklerde etkiliydi. - Newton was instrumental in developing techniques to prevent counterfeiting of the English money.

counterfeiter kalpazan
basmak
yalancı
taklit etmek
taklit et
(para/vb.) sahtesini yapmak
{f} para basmak
(Askeri) SAHTESİNİ YAPMAK, TAKLİT ETMEK, KALP PARA BASMAK
{f} sahtesini yapmak
taklit et,v.taklit et: adj.sahte
{s} yapmacık
kopyala/taklit et
{i} kalp para
{s} kalp
{i} sahte şey
{f} kalp para basmak
taklidi
counterfeit drugs
(Tıp) sahte ilaçlar
counterfeit goods
(Ticaret) sahte mallar
counterfeit goods
(Ticaret) taklidi mal
counterfeit products
sahte ürünler
counterfeit money
sahte para
counterfeit money
kalp para
counterfeit album
korsan kaset
counterfeit album
korsan albüm
counterfeit coin
(Ticaret) taklit para
counterfeit coin
(Ticaret) kalp madeni para
counterfeit coin
sahte para
counterfeit coin money
(Ticaret) sahte madeni para
counterfeit currency
(Ticaret) sahte döviz
counterfeit goods
(Avrupa Birliği) sahte mal
counterfeit money
çürük para
counterfeit pharmaceutical
(Tıp) taklit ilaç
counterfeiter
kalpazan
counterfeiting
sahtekârlık
counterfeiter
sahtekâr
counterfeiter
ikiyüzlü
counterfeiting
(Kanun) sahtecilik
counterfeited
sahte
counterfeiter
{i} sahteci
counterfeiter
{i} iki yüzlü
counterfeiting
{i} sahtesini yapma
counterfeiting
(Hukuk) taklitçilik
to counterfeit
kalp para basmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Of a turn or river card, to invalidate a player's hand by making a better hand on the board
A non-genuine article; a fake
False, especially of money; intended to deceive or carry appearance of being genuine

This counterfeit watch looks like the real thing, but it broke a week after I bought it.

To falsely produce what appears to be official or valid; to produce a forged copy of
To feign
One who counterfeits; a counterfeiter
Inauthentic
To produce a faithful copy of
made to resemble something else
{v} to forge, feign, imitate, copy
{a} forged, deceitful
{n} an imposture
fake coins or currency that appear legitimate
To imitate, or put on a semblance of; to mimic; as, to counterfeit the voice of another person
Assuming the appearance of something; false; spurious; deceitful; hypocritical; as, a counterfeit philanthropist
(COUN-ter-fit) to copy something in order to fool someone
1 Forged; fabricated without right; made in imitation of something else to defraud by passing the false copy for the genuine
A fake coin deceptively made with the intent of passing it off as if it were the genuine article Sometimes these coins are mistakenly called "exact reproductions "
a non-genuine coin, whether made to circulate as money or to deceive collectors
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not genuine; imitating something superior; "counterfeit emotion"; "counterfeit money"; "counterfeit works of art"; "a counterfeit prince"
To make counterfeits
In flop games, when your great hand is subsequently made less powerful because of board cards that duplicate the strength of your hand, your hand is said to be counterfeited For example, if you hold J9 and the flop is T87, you hold the nuts If the turn is a 9, suddenly anyone with a J has a straight, and QJ has a better straight If the river is a J, you're counterfeited even further - you're playing the board and anyone with a Q beats you Counterfeiting is especially common in high-low split omaha If you hold A2JQ and the flop is 678, you have the nut low However, if the turn card is an A or a 2, your nut low has been counterfeited It's no longer the nut low, and is probably not even a winner
To make your hand less valuable because of board cards that duplicate it Example: you have 87 and the flop comes 9-T-J, so you have a straight Now an 8 comes on the turn This has counterfeited your hand and made it almost worthless
To carry on a deception; to dissemble; to feign; to pretend
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If someone counterfeits something, they make a version of it that is not genuine but has been made to look genuine in order to deceive people. the coins Davies is alleged to have counterfeited. + counterfeiter counterfeiters counter·feit·er a gang of counterfeiters. made to look exactly like something else, in order to deceive people = fake counterfeit currency/money etc (past participle of contrefaire , from contre- ( COUNTER-) + faire ). to copy something exactly in order to deceive people = fake
not genuine; imitating something superior; "counterfeit emotion"; "counterfeit money"; "counterfeit works of art"; "a counterfeit prince
Any stamp, cancellation or cover created for deception or imitation, intended to be accepted by others as genuine A counterfeit stamp is designed to deceive postal authorities
unauthentic
Representing by imitation or likeness; having a resemblance to something else; portrayed
Fake, usually referring to phony currency The Secret Service is in charge of investigating counterfeit money in the U S and can tell you a lot about its history and what it looks like
To produce (art, money, etc...) that appears to be official or valid
1 A postage stamp or postal history item which has been forged, with the quality of the forgery ranging from the easily determinable crude types, to the sophisticated type requiring Expertizing procedures to determine genuinity 2 Fälschung [Germany] 3 Contrefait [France] 4 Contraffatto [Italy] 5 Falsificación [Spain]
An imitation of a numismatic item intended to deceive and/or defraud See forgery
A fake coin deceptively made with the intent of passing it off as if it were the genuine article
Counterfeit money, goods, or documents are not genuine, but have been made to look exactly like genuine ones in order to deceive people. He admitted possessing and delivering counterfeit currency. = fake Counterfeit is also a noun. Levi Strauss says counterfeits of the company's jeans are flooding Europe. = fake
That which resembles or is like another thing; a likeness; a portrait; a counterpart
One who pretends to be what he is not; one who personates another; an impostor; a cheat
In flop games, when your great hand is subsequently made less powerful because of cards that hit the table (especially cards that duplicate the strength of your hand), your hand is said to be counterfeited For example, if you hold J9 and the flop is T87, you hold the nuts If the turn is a 9, suddenly anyone with a J has a straight, and QJ has a better straight If the river is a J, you're counterfeited even further - you're playing the board and anyone with a Q beats you Counterfeiting is especially common in high-low split omaha If you hold A2JQ and the flop is 678, you have the nut low However, if the turn card is an A or a 2, your nut low has been counterfeited It's no longer the nut low, and is probably not even a winner
To imitate with a view to deceiving, by passing the copy for that which is original or genuine; to forge; as, to counterfeit the signature of another, coins, notes, etc
That which is made in imitation of something, with a view to deceive by passing the false for the true; as, the bank note was a counterfeit
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{i} forgery, fake, imitation, simulation
An imitation of a coin or note made to circulate as if actually money; An altered or non-genuine coin made to deceive collectors, usually a more valuable date or variety
a fake coin
{s} forged, copied, fake, false
{f} make a fraudulent replica, copy, forge (i.e. money or documents)
a copy that is represented as the original
make a copy of with the intent to deceive; "he faked the signature"; "they counterfeited dollar bills"; "She forged a Green Card"
a fake piece of currency made to appear genuine
Fabricated in imitation of something else, with a view to defraud by passing the false copy for genuine or original; as, counterfeit antiques; counterfeit coin
fraudulent
counterfeit bills
forged money, falsified money
counterfeit money
imitation money, fake currency, forged money
counterfeiting
forgery
counterfeiter
{n} one who counterfeits, a forger
A counterfeit
forge
Counterfeiting
(Reklam) When an organization or individual produces a product that looks like a branded product and is packaged and presented in a manner to deceive the purchaser
counterfeited
past of counterfeit
counterfeiter
A person who counterfeits
counterfeiter
One who assumes a false appearance or semblance; one who makes false pretenses
counterfeiter
One who counterfeits; one who copies or imitates; especially, one who copies or forges bank notes or coin; a forger
counterfeiter
someone who makes copies illegally
counterfeiter
{i} one who counterfeits, forger, one who makes fraudulent replicas
counterfeiters
plural of counterfeiter
counterfeiting
Crime of making an unauthorized imitation of a genuine article, typically money, with the intent to deceive or defraud. Because of the value conferred on money and the high level of technical skill required to imitate it, counterfeiting is singled out from other acts of forgery. It is generally punished as a felony (see felony and misdemeanour). The international police organization Interpol was established primarily to organize law-enforcement efforts against counterfeiting. Software, credit cards, designer clothing, and watches are among nonmoney items commonly counterfeited
counterfeiting
Deliberate use of a spurious mark which is identical with or substantially indistinguishable from a registered mark
counterfeiting
{i} illegal copying (of money, documents, etc.); forgery
counterfeiting
the copying of a competitor's well-known products Some counterfeit products are intended to look as much like the original as possible, including the brand name; others are close, but not exact, copies; still others are cheap and unconvincing imitations Counterfeiting is generally illegal
counterfeiting
Virtually anything of value can be fraudulently copied - including checks There is a wide range of variations in the process of counterfeiting checks From simple Xerox copies to complex computerized photo images, if there is a way to counterfeit a check it's been tried As computer systems, with high resolution scanners and color printers continue to gain capability the difficulty of detecting counterfeits increases The detection problem at banks occurs both with checks presented over the teller line and with those received for payment from other banks through the back office
counterfeits
plural of counterfeit
money counterfeit
illegal production of coins and bank notes which resemble the legal currency
counterfeit
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