Plural: falsificates

The result of falsification; a fake.


The cellar was overpacked to bursting but there was enough room on the fake chest falsificate from last month (planted there by Doctor Barton so that he could hide the real kist from constabulary examiners) to lay out their tools on it. (Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)


Slovak / Slovenčina (SK): falzifikát

Czech / Čeština (CZ): falsifikát; padělek


Infinitive: falsificate
3rd person: falsificates
Present: falsificating
Gerund: falsificating
Past: falsificated
Perfect: falsificated

To falsify; to fake; to create a fraudulent copy of something.

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