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Fake vs. Juke

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Fakeadjective

Not real; false, fraudulent.

‘Which fur coat looks fake?’;

Jukenoun

(southern US) A roadside cafe or bar, especially one with dancing and sometimes prostitution.

Fakeadjective

(of people) Insincere.

Jukenoun

(sports) A feint.

Fakenoun

Something which is not genuine, or is presented fraudulently.

Jukenoun

The neck of a bird.

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Fakenoun

A trick; a swindle.

Jukeverb

to play dance music, or to dance, in a juke

Fakenoun

(sports) A move meant to deceive an opposing player, used for gaining advantage for example when dribbling an opponent.

Jukeverb

(slang) to hit

Fakenoun

(nautical) One of the circles or windings of a cable or hawser, as it lies in a coil; a single turn or coil.

Jukeverb

(prison slang) to stab

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Fakeverb

To cheat; to swindle; to steal; to rob.

Jukeverb

(intransitive) To deceive or outmaneuver someone using a feint, especially in American football or soccer

Fakeverb

(archaic) To modify fraudulently, so as to make an object appear better or other than it really is

Jukeverb

(transitive) To deceive or outmaneuver, using a feint.

Fakeverb

To make a counterfeit, to counterfeit, to forge, to falsify.

Jukeverb

(intransitive) To bend the neck; to bow or duck the head.

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Fakeverb

To make a false display of, to affect, to feign, to simulate.

‘to fake a marriage’; ‘to fake happiness’; ‘to fake a smile’;

Jukeverb

(transitive) To manipulate deceptively.

Fakeverb

(nautical) To coil (a rope, line, or hawser), by winding alternately in opposite directions, in layers usually of zigzag or figure of eight form, to prevent twisting when running out.

Jukeverb

To bend the neck; to bow or duck the head.

‘The money merchant was so proud of his trust that he went juking and tossing of his head.’;

Fakenoun

One of the circles or windings of a cable or hawser, as it lies in a coil; a single turn or coil.

Jukeverb

To perch on anything, as birds do.

Fakenoun

A trick; a swindle.

Jukenoun

The neck of a bird.

Fakeverb

To coil (a rope, line, or hawser), by winding alternately in opposite directions, in layers usually of zigzag or figure of eight form,, to prevent twisting when running out.

Jukenoun

a small roadside establishment in the southeastern United States where you can eat and drink and dance to music provided by a jukebox

Fakeverb

To cheat; to swindle; to steal; to rob.

Jukenoun

(football) a deceptive move made by a football player

Fakeverb

To make; to construct; to do.

Fakeverb

To manipulate fraudulently, so as to make an object appear better or other than it really is; as, to fake a bulldog, by burning his upper lip and thus artificially shortening it.

Fakenoun

something that is a counterfeit; not what it seems to be

Fakenoun

a person who makes deceitful pretenses

Fakenoun

(football) a deceptive move made by a football player

Fakeverb

make a copy of with the intent to deceive;

‘he faked the signature’; ‘they counterfeited dollar bills’; ‘She forged a Green Card’;

Fakeverb

fake or falsify;

‘Fudge the figures’; ‘cook the books’; ‘falsify the data’;

Fakeverb

talk through one's hat;

‘The politician was not well prepared for the debate and faked it’;

Fakeadjective

fraudulent; having a misleading appearance

Fakeadjective

not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article;

‘it isn't fake anything; it's real synthetic fur’; ‘faux pearls’; ‘false teeth’; ‘decorated with imitation palm leaves’; ‘a purse of simulated alligator hide’;

Fakeadjective

not genuine; imitation or counterfeit

‘she got on the plane with a fake passport’; ‘a fake Cockney accent’;

Fakeadjective

(of a person) claiming to be something that one is not

‘a fake doctor’;

Fakenoun

a thing that is not genuine; a forgery or sham

‘fakes of Old Masters’;

Fakenoun

a person who falsely claims to be something

‘I felt sure that some of the nuns were fakes’;

Fakenoun

variant spelling of flake

Fakeverb

forge or counterfeit (something)

‘she faked her spouse's signature’;

Fakeverb

pretend to feel or have (an emotion, illness, or injury)

‘Rob faked suspicion, a jealous concern’;

Fakeverb

make (an event) appear to happen

‘he faked his own death’;

Fakeverb

trick or deceive someone.

Fakeverb

variant spelling of flake

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