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falacia

  
      sf  
1    (=engaño)   deceit, fraud  
(=error)  
fallacy
2    (=falsedad)   deceitfulness
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"falacia": examples and translations in context
La peor falacia es intentar sugerir que lo merecemos. The worst fallacy is trying to suggest that we deserve such actions.
Pero este argumento adolece de una doble falacia. But this argument suffers from a two-fold fallacy.
En este caso se vuelve a aplicar, aunque de una manera algo distinta, la teoría de desarrollo del «chorreo», que ya ha demostrado ser una falacia. Although in somewhat different form, this is once again the implementation of the 'trickle-down' theory of development which already has proved to be fallacious.
Sin embargo, sería una falacia atribuir la insuficiente remuneración a las diferencias entre las reglas y los tipos de contratos. However, it is disingenuous to attribute the inadequate compensation to the different set of rules and different types of contracts.
Sería una falacia sustituir la reforma fundamental con un enfoque poco sistemático o con soluciones menores. It would be a fallacy to replace fundamental reform with a piecemeal approach or marginal remedies.
Sin embargo, la llamada "liberalización" es una falacia. However, "liberalization" is a fallacy.
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