Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Fake"

The meaning of "Fake" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does fake mean?
Q: What does fake mean?
A: not real
Q: What does fake mean?
A: Not real; counterfeit
Q: What does You're faking it. mean?
A: it's means you are pretending to do something, or acting to do something
Q: What does fake or otherwise mean?
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Example sentences using "Fake"

Q: Please show me example sentences with fake it.
A: "fake it" means pretend. "Although I didn't feel at all confident I was able to fake it." There is a saying: "Fake it until you make it" which means to act as if you can do it, until you can do it properly.
Q: Please show me example sentences with fake .
A: "That news is fake" "I bet you're just faking" "My boyfriend's not fake!"
Q: Please show me example sentences with she is a fake.
A: She has had so many plastic surgeries that she is almost 100% fake. The person you just met is not the person you know her to be. She is fake. She is acting fake. She isn't usually that dumb and her makeup is caked on (too much makeup)

Synonyms of "Fake" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between fake and false ?
A: Fake: something pretending to be true or replacing something original. Not genuine. "Fake news" False: a non-true statement, something illogical "The sky is pink"
Q: What is the difference between fake and inauthentic ?
A: "inauthentic"は"not authentic"または"counterfeit"と同じ意味です。It's typically used in much more serious and/or professional situations, and almost always refers to material objects. 'inauthentic' → 不確実、本物じゃない 'fake' → 現実じゃない、空事、偽物、フェイク
Q: What is the difference between fake and satire ?
A: Fake and satire are nothing a like so hopefully, you're not using these words as one in the same. That is a big no no. Fake=to not be real, nor authentic. For example: That boy is fake. He says he's from the hood but he's from the suburbs. The android is fake and not really a human. Satire=is a form of humor, some even say it's sarcasm in written and physical form; satire is making fun of an audience in which the audience that it's making fun of isn't aware they're being made fun of. For example= An essay on why human beings should eat babies so as to not starve is satire. Saturday Night Live is satire on popular and political American culture The Boondocks is satire on African American culture.
Q: What is the difference between fake and false ?
A: False means it’s not true. Fake means it’s not real/original. “False information.” “Fake money.”
Q: What is the difference between fake and counterfeit and "China's State Administration for Industry and Commence released a report accusing Alibaba failing to quell the sale of fake and counterfeit items on the platform" ?
A: "Fake" is anything that is not real. It's very general and can apply to anything product that is false. "Counterfeit" is something fake that tries to fool people into thinking it is real. "Counterfeit" is a type of fake. All counterfeit items are fake, but not all fake items are counterfeit. In China, many people make fake Chanel bags and try sell them as the real bags. Those bags are fake. More specifically, they are counterfeit. In Vietnam, there are a lot of vegetarians, but many traditional meals of Vietnam have meat in them. A lot of restaurants now make "meat" out of vegetables to go with the traditional meals and people love them. Those meat are fake meat. They are not counterfeit because we all know they are not real and the restaurants do not pretend they are real. Another example for you: do you know the game Monopoly? Monopoly has its own money system. Everyone knows the money is fake and we only use it in the game. That is an example of fake. That is not counterfeit. Counterfeit money is when people try to print out copies of dollar bills and use them in the real world. Those dollar bills are fake. More specifically, they are counterfeit.

Translations of "Fake"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fake
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? fake
A: nakli🙃
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? तुम्हे सुनिश्चत कर लेना चाहिए कि यह सिक्का fake नहीँ है
A: you should make sure that this coin is not fake
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fake
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How to make a fake fracture in home

Other questions about "Fake"

Q: There is too much fake news online does this sound natural?
A: There is so much fake news on the internet.
Q: He is a fake person. You're asking me why I said he is a fake person? Bcause he will be away on a trip to Japan next week, but he only asked for four days off. And I think the reason that he didn't take five days off is trying to show his loyalty to the manager. does this sound natural?
A: He’s a fake person, if you’re asking me why I think (or say) he’s a fake person, well that’s because he has only asked for four days off, for next weeks trip to japan, not five days. I think the reasoning behind him not taking a full five days is he’s trying to show his loyalty to the manager. Or I think he’s a brown noser, you’re asking me why I think he’s a brown noser?
Q: It seems to be a fake cosmetic made in china, also the manual written in Korean is totally weird and doesn't make sense. does this sound natural?
A: It seems to be a fake cosmetic (from ❌) made in china, also the manual written in Korean is totally weird and doesn't make sense
Q: it may or may not be a fake name. does this sound natural?
A: @tjstkdn yes.
Q: she fabricated a fake teacher cetification. does this sound natural?
A: Fixing a typo: She fabricated a fake teacher certification. A more natural word in this case would be "forged": She forged a teacher certification. As the word "forged" indicates what you are making is fake, you no longer need that adjective.

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