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English translation of 'falso'

falso

falsa [ˈfawsu, a]
adjective
1. false
2. (fraudulento) dishonest
3. (errôneo) wrong
4. (joia, moeda, quadro) fake
5. (pessoa: insincero) two-faced
pisar em falso to blunder

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'falso' in Other Languages

British English: fake /feɪk/ ADJECTIVE
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.
  • American English: fake
  • Arabic: مُزَيَّف
  • Brazilian Portuguese: falso
  • Chinese: 假的
  • Croatian: lažan
  • Czech: falešný
  • Danish: forfalsket
  • Dutch: namaak-
  • European Spanish: falso
  • Finnish: väärennetty
  • French: faux
  • German: unecht
  • Greek: πλαστός
  • Italian: falso
  • Japanese: 模造の
  • Korean: 가짜의
  • Norwegian: forfalsket
  • Polish: zmyślony
  • European Portuguese: falso
  • Romanian: fals
  • Russian: поддельный
  • Spanish: falsificado
  • Swedish: oäkta
  • Thai: ปลอม
  • Turkish: sahte
  • Ukrainian: підробний
  • Vietnamese: giả
British English: fake /feɪk/ NOUN
A fake is an object, person, or act that is not genuine.
It is filled with famous works of art, and every one of them is a fake.
  • American English: fake
  • Arabic: زَائِف مدع
  • Brazilian Portuguese: falso
  • Chinese: 假货
  • Croatian: krivotvorina
  • Czech: napodobenina
  • Danish: forfalskning
  • Dutch: vervalsing
  • European Spanish: falsificación imitación
  • Finnish: väärennös
  • French: faux
  • German: Fälschung
  • Greek: απομίμηση
  • Italian: falso
  • Japanese: 模造品
  • Korean: 위조품
  • Norwegian: forfalskning
  • Polish: imitacja
  • European Portuguese: falso
  • Romanian: fals
  • Russian: подделка
  • Spanish: falsificación
  • Swedish: förfalskning
  • Thai: ของปลอม
  • Turkish: sahte
  • Ukrainian: підробка
  • Vietnamese: đồ giả
British English: false /fɔːls/ ADJECTIVE
If something is false, it is incorrect, untrue, or mistaken.
The President was given false information.
  • American English: false
  • Arabic: زَائِف
  • Brazilian Portuguese: falso
  • Chinese: 假的
  • Croatian: lažan
  • Czech: nesprávný falešný
  • Danish: falsk
  • Dutch: vals
  • European Spanish: falso
  • Finnish: väärä
  • French: faux
  • German: falsch
  • Greek: ψευδής
  • Italian: falso
  • Japanese: 偽りの
  • Korean: 그릇된
  • Norwegian: falsk
  • Polish: fałszywy
  • European Portuguese: falso
  • Romanian: greșit
  • Russian: ложный
  • Spanish: falso
  • Swedish: falsk
  • Thai: เท็จ
  • Turkish: sahte
  • Ukrainian: хибний
  • Vietnamese: sai
British English: mock /mɒk/ ADJECTIVE
You use mock to describe something which is not genuine, but which is intended to be very similar to the real thing.
His voice was raised in mock horror.
  • American English: mock
  • Arabic: سَاخِرٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: falso
  • Chinese: 假的
  • Croatian: tobožnji
  • Czech: falešný
  • Danish: falsk
  • Dutch: onecht
  • European Spanish: simulado
  • Finnish: vale-
  • French: faux
  • German: unecht
  • Greek: ψεύτικος
  • Italian: finto
  • Japanese: まがいの
  • Korean: 모조의
  • Norwegian: uekte
  • Polish: pozorny
  • European Portuguese: falso
  • Romanian: fals
  • Russian: поддельный
  • Spanish: simulado
  • Swedish: låtsad
  • Thai: เลียนแบบ
  • Turkish: deneme sınavı
  • Ukrainian: копія
  • Vietnamese: giả
British English: bogus ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as bogus, you mean that it is not genuine.
...their bogus insurance claim.
  • American English: bogus
  • Brazilian Portuguese: falso
  • Chinese: 伪造的
  • European Spanish: falso
  • French: bidon
  • German: falsch
  • Italian: falso
  • Japanese: 偽の
  • Korean: 가짜의
  • European Portuguese: falso
  • Spanish: falso
British English: dud ADJECTIVE
Dud means not working properly or not successful.
He replaced a dud valve.
  • American English: dud
  • Brazilian Portuguese: falso
  • Chinese: 无用的
  • European Spanish: en mal estado
  • French: nase
  • German: kaputt
  • Italian: guasto
  • Japanese: だめな
  • Korean: 망가진
  • European Portuguese: falso
  • Spanish: en mal estado
British English: two-faced ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as two-faced, you are critical of them because they say they do or believe one thing when their behaviour or words show that they do not do it or do not believe it.
He had been devious and two-faced.
British English: untrue ADJECTIVE
If a statement or idea is untrue, it is false and not based on facts.
The allegations were completely untrue.
  • American English: untrue
  • Brazilian Portuguese: falso
  • Chinese: 不真实的
  • European Spanish: falso
  • French: faux
  • German: unwahr
  • Italian: falso
  • Japanese: 真実でない
  • Korean: 거짓의
  • European Portuguese: falso
  • Spanish: falso

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Translation of falso from the Collins Portuguese to English
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