Definición de bogus en inglés:

bogus

Saltos de línea: bogus
Pronunciación: /ˈbəʊgəs
 
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adjetivo

Not genuine or true (used in a disapproving manner when deception has been attempted): a bogus insurance claim
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Elderly people are being warned to beware of bogus callers following an attempted burglary in Sutton.
  • A Downpatrick man was targeted by a bogus caller claiming to want to use his phone.
  • She used four fictitious names on bogus loan applications to her company and pocketed the proceeds.
Sinónimos
fake, faked, spurious, false, fraudulent, sham, deceptive, misleading, pretended; counterfeit, forged, feigned, simulated; artificial, imitation, mock, make-believe, fictitious, dummy, quasi-, pseudo, ersatz
informal phoney, pretend, dud, put-on
British informal cod

Origen

late 18th century (originally US, denoting a machine for making counterfeit money): of unknown origin.

Derivativos

bogusly

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I took the first four bogusly but blocked the fifth.
  • I have written a series of short crime fiction that I refer to as my "bogusly autobiographical life in writer's hell" stories.
  • The boss of a company bogusly trading as a chartered architect has been convicted of title abuse and fined.

bogusness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Whoever did this may well be trying to do us all a favor by pointing out the bogusness of the organization.
  • In general, what I stated was that the entire pursuit was an opiate, faulty in fundamental respects and smacking of deception, insincerity and bogusness.
  • I made my argument about the bogusness of the argument in my last column in The Hill.

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adjective
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