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forger
American English: /ˈfɔrdʒər/
British English: /ˈfɔːdʒə/

Translation of forger in Spanish:

noun

  • falsificador, (-dora) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • But the perceived dichotomy in styles may simply signal that the forger was an inexpert copyist or that the effect results from the vagaries of stone carving.
    • Liu believes that the best way to win the battle is to devise fool-proof detection systems to catch all employees with counterfeit certificates so that the forgers would be forced to stop their operations.
    • Ironically, because the forgers keep all their profits, they are sometimes able to afford better materials, such as top-quality paper, and their fakes can actually look better than the real thing.

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