- 1Invent or concoct (something), typically with deceitful intent: officers fabricated evidenceMore example sentences
- She did not try to invent or fabricate some explanation.
- But Richard Wallace, editor of the Mirror, says he has seen no evidence of tabloid journalists fabricating stories.
- Perez related how officers routinely fabricated elaborate stories in their reports.
- 1.1Construct or manufacture (something, especially an industrial product), especially from prepared components: you will have to fabricate an exhaust systemMore example sentences
- Only master craftsmen could design and fabricate such a product.
- Still, it'd be difficult for me to fabricate enough new products to fill a whole column.
- In a world that is gradually fabricated around us, fashion and social acceptability are handed down ready-made.
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- Pressures or signs of weakness faced steel fabricators, fabric producers and industrial chemical makers.
- Design moves seamlessly from the architect to the fabricator.
- Having grown over the years, the company is now recognized as one of the industry's premier designers and fabricators of engineered, high-temperature, corrosion-resistant alloy components.
late Middle English: from Latin fabricat- 'manufactured', from the verb fabricare, from fabrica 'something skillfully produced' (see fabric).