falseness
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falseness [ˈfɔːlsnɪs]
noun
1 (incorrectness) [of argument, claim] falsedad (f); [of assumption] lo equivocado
she will soon demonstrate the falseness of your puerile arguments maclennan demonstrated the falseness of his claim that Canada had already achieved nationhood during the First World War a closer investigation reveals the falseness of this assumption
2 (insincerity) falsedad (f)
although he pretended to be friendly I could see the falseness in his smile a man who sees falseness and vanity in everyone except himself
3 (disloyalty) [of friend] deslealtad (f); perfidia (f); [of lover] infidelidad (f)
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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