Fake - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a person who makes deceitful pretenses (syn: faker, fraud, imposter, impostor, pretender, pseud, pseudo, sham, shammer)
- (football) a deceptive move made by a football player (syn: juke)
- tamper, with the purpose of deception (syn: cook, falsify, fudge, manipulate, misrepresent, wangle)
- speak insincerely or without regard for facts or truths (syn: bull, bullshit)
- not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article (syn: false, faux, imitation, simulated)
That blood is clearly fake.
He was wearing a fake mustache.
You can easily fake up an excuse to avoid going out with him.
I hid my face in my hands and faked some sobs.
Whistle a few bars ... and I'll fake the rest.
The painting was judged a fake.
Jones can spot a fake from 20 feet away.
Her psychologist turned out to be a fake.
I gave a fake name.
She was speaking with a fake German accent.
She faked her father's signature on the cheque.
The insurance company suspected that he had faked his own death.
The results of the experiments were faked.
I thought he was really hurt but he was faking it.
He faked a pass.
present participle: faking
past tense: faked
past participle: faked