Some articles on fake:
... moved to Shiraz, and then Moniro moved to Tehran and using a fake name, worked as a worker in Daroupakhsh Factory ... After her true identity was revealed using another fake name she worked for another six months in Amidi Factory ... grave yard shift nurse in a private hospital, again using a fake name ...
... However, with shanzhaiism in mind, people can produce fake and pirate products in a massively organized way ... Fake and pirate products are produced ... For example, there was once a so-called Fake-One Road ( 山寨一條街 ) in China ...
... This is a reference to the fake commercials heard on the fictitious radio stations in Grand Theft Auto Vice City Stories ... The fake site–www.littlelacysurprisepageant.com–displays a message from virtual authorities saying it has been closed down ... The domain name address is just one of dozens of fake sites in GTA IV ...
... That’s Not Fake is a viral ad taking the form of a fake TV show. ...
... is a ruthless Eastern European art collector who the team attempt to sell a fake Picasso to after hearing in the press that the work had been stolen ... them and their henchmen to fight with a fake being destroyed in the process (Sava thought that this was the real painting) ... Eventually he settles for a fake created by art forger Dolly Hammond (Sheila Hancock) ...
More definitions of "fake":
- (noun): (football) a deceptive move made by a football player.
- (adj): Not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article.
Example: "It isn't fake anything
Synonyms: false, faux, imitation, simulated
Famous quotes containing the word fake:
“After all, it is hard to master both life and work equally well. So if you are bound to fake one of them, it had better be life.”
—Joseph Brodsky (b. 1940)
“The only honest art form is laughter, comedy. You cant fake it ... try to fake three laughs in an hourha ha ha ha hatheyll take you away, man. You cant.”
—Lenny Bruce (19251966)
“Kitsch is the daily art of our time, as the vase or the hymn was for earlier generations. For the sensibility it has that arbitrariness and importance which works take on when they are no longer noticeable elements of the environment. In America kitsch is Nature. The Rocky Mountains have resembled fake art for a century.”
—Harold Rosenberg (19061978)