false / fɔls /


false2 个定义

adj. 形容词 adjective

fals·er, fals·est.

  1. not true or correct; erroneous: a false statement.
  2. uttering or declaring what is untrue: a false witness.
  3. not faithful or loyal; treacherous: a false friend.
adv. 副词 adverb
  1. dishonestly; faithlessly; treacherously: Did he speak false against me?

false 近义词

adj. 形容词 adjective

wrong, made up

adj. 形容词 adjective

dishonest, hypocritical

adj. 形容词 adjective

fake, counterfeit


  • false alarm
  • false colors
  • false start
  • false step
  • lull into (false sense of security)
  • play false
  • ring false


  1. Additionally, The New York Times’ Daily Distortions vertical tracks false and misleading information, and The Washington Post’s Fact Checker was created in 2007 to hold mostly politicians accountable for false or misleading statements.
  2. He’s concerned, in the meantime, that the rollout of vaccines could lead to a false sense of security, followed again by spikes in infections, but his focus continues to be on getting businesses to comply.
  3. Increasingly, scientists have found that nonbiological chemical processes can create similar shapes, suggesting the possibility of “false positives” in the biological record.
  4. “Parents can have a false sense of security, especially when they’re around their children all the time,” Olson said.
  5. A reasonable person would assume she was talking about coronavirus cases and deaths — which would be false.
  6. And no issue should be defined by its outliers because it paints a false picture.
  7. He has contributed to a false picture of law enforcement based on isolated injustices.
  8. “Nothing else to do” was the most common response for why people chose to go to The Ball, though that rang a little false to me.
  9. He quotes an unnamed cardinal saying that the conclave voters knew the charges were false.
  10. Once people with ID are arrested, they are particularly susceptible to making coerced and often false confessions.
  11. But the sheer quantity of the inflated currency and false money forces prices higher still.
  12. The rest is done by cutting away two upper and four under-teeth, and substituting false ones at the desired angle.
  13. He was thrashed at school before the Jews and the hubshi, for the heinous crime of bringing home false reports of progress.
  14. I will not, therefore, say that the proposition that the value of everything equals the cost of production is false.
  15. But his servant runs after the man, and gets two talents of silver and some garments under false pretences.