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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to fake)
a. to forge
Pilar falsificó la firma de su madre por miedo a que supiera que había reprobado.Pilar forged her mother's signature for fear of her knowing that she had failed.
b. to counterfeit
Laura falsificó una identificación para poder entrar a las discotecas para mayores de edad.Laura counterfeited an ID so she could get into nightclubs for people of legal age.
2. (to alter)
a. to forge
El hombre estaba tan desesperado por dinero que falsificó un cheque e intentó cambiarlo.The man was so desperate for money that he forged a check and tried to cash it.
b. to falsify
Es un delito falsificar la información en el acta de nacimiento.It's a crime to falsify the information on your birth certificate.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (general)
a. to forge
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transitive verb
[+billete, firma, cuadro] to forge; fake; counterfeit; [+resultado, elección] to rig (familiar); fiddle (familiar); [+documento] (crear) to forge; fake; (cambiar) to falsify;
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