Q: that's baloney とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Baloney is a type of meat. Like ham. It’s usually not liked so people use this expression when they find something hard to believe or don’t think it’s true.


“I won the lottery!”
“That’s baloney.”

“That’s baloney. You’re lying aren’t you?”

“I didn’t mean to hurt him.”
“That’s baloney.”
Q: that's baloney とはどういう意味ですか?
A: it means that's ridiculous
Q: phony baloney とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Disparates (Nonsense)
Q: baloney とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Baloney mean fake. If you say "That's a bunch of baloney" it's like saying "That's not real" or "I don't believe it"


Q: baloney を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Thank you:)


Q: baloney と fallacy はどう違いますか?
A: "baloney" is informal and means "nonsense" e.g. you could say "this is all baloney !" after someone tells you a silly story

"fallacy" is more formal and is used when talking about more serious issues/arguments e.g. you could say "no one has proven that an ninth planet exists therefore it is a fallacy"
Q: baloney と lie はどう違いますか?
A: A lie is intentional. You know the truth and you choose to conceal it with a false statement.

Bullshit, also called baloney, hogwash, or hot air, is something you say without knowing or caring whether it is true. Some people think it is more disrespectful than a lie.
Q: You are full of baloney. と Are you kidding me? はどう違いますか?
A: “baloney” is spelled “bologna.”
Q: phony baloney と phony はどう違いますか?
A: "phony baloney" is just another way to say "phony" but I think it has more emphasis. In some situations, it could be interpreted as "childish". it's not used much, though, as t_mac pointed out.

"Stop it with all the phony baloney and tell it to me straight"


Q: What does "baloney fingers" mean?
A: It's just a throwaway joke; I guess it just implies that McConnell has stout hands (or that he lies a lot. Baloney can also mean nonsense/lies) It's not a common phrase or anything
Q: A: Listening to your baloney for two hours, I am beginning to have a headache.
B: A headache is coming up as I've listening to your baloney for two hours.
Sorry, it's my typo. I intended to say " I've been listening".