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1) adj. describing a document, particularly money, which is forge...
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Relationships Related Term:  authenticity copy forgery Distinguish From:  bootleg replica n. ~ An item that is falsely represented as the thing it imitates; an unauthorized copy presented as an auth [..]
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A duplicate card on the board that greatly devalues your hand. If you have a pair of 6's in your hand, and the board is ace-ace-7-4, and the river card is a 7, you've been "counterfeite [..]
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Unauthorized representation of a registered trademark carried on goods identical or similar to goods for which the trademark is registered, with a view to deceiving the purchaser into believing that h [..]
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late 13c., from Old French contrefait "imitated" (Modern French contrefait), past participle of contrefaire "imitate," from contre- "against" (see contra-) + faire " [..]
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to make a false or imitation version of a product.
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To fraudulently make money, a document, art, or other item which is forged or created to look real, and intended to pass for real.
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adj. Made to resemble something else.
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 deceitful; portrayed (rare).
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Any stamp, cancellation or cover created for deception or imitation, intended to be accepted by others as genuine. A counterfeit stamp is designed to deceive postal authorities.
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An imitation of something genuine, made with the intention to deceive others about its true origin. The term is used most often in reference to money, stamps, and documents (stock certificates, driver [..]
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[Middle French contrefait, past participle of contrefaire to imitate, draw, paint, from contre- counter- + faire to make] : made in imitation of a genuine article (as a document) without ...
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To make your hand less valuable because of board cards that duplicate it. Example: you have 87 and the flop comes 9-T-J, so you have a straight. Now an 8 comes on the turn. This has counterfeited your [..]
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An unauthorized copy or reproduction of a genuine security document made by whatever means.
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Something that is not the real thing, a fake.
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A representation of currency intended to deceive recipients.
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(n) a copy that is represented as the original(v) make a copy of with the intent to deceive(adj) not genuine; imitating something superior
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To falsify through copying of or imitating an object that is intended to be taken as authentic and genuine in order to deceive, or defraud another. The World Trade Organization (WTO) defines the terms counterfeit as the “unauthorized representation of a registered trademark carried on goods identical or similar to goods for which the trademark is [..]
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This is the term used to describe a physical product (CD or LP) that resembles an official release but is actually an unauthorised version not produced by the copyright holder.
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This is when your card has been copied at a cash machine or pay counter. Make sure you never let your cards out of your sight, especially in bars, restaurants and petrol stations.
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A low quality imitation of an original item that is intended to deceive or defraud; not genuine; imitating something superior; something that is intended to be mistaken for an item of higher value or quality. For more information, visit AirbagAware.Honda.com. 
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A non-genuine copy or imitation of something superior (ie: legal document) with the intent to deceive.
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portrait; A piece of base coin
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An imitation that is made with the intent to deceptively represent its content or origins; forgery. See also Forgery.
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A bogus reproduction purposely manufactured to deceive buyers into believing they are purchasing the real thing. A fake or forgery.
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if I hold A-A in the hole in hold'em, and you have 3-6, with a board of 3-6-9-9-K, you will have had two pair on the flop, but I will have a better two pair on the turn. The 9 on the turn is said to have "counterfeited" your hand. A similar situation can happen with low or medium pocket pairs, say 6-6 on a board of 7-7-8-8-Q, where t [..]
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Used to refer to infringing products bearing an exact copy …
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A bogus reproduction purposely manufactured to deceive buyers into believing they are purchasing the real thing. A fake or forgery.
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False, especially of money; intended to deceive or carry appearance of being genuine. ''This counterfeit watch looks like the real thing, but it broke a week after I bought it.'' Inauthentic. [..]
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