falacia translation English | Spanish-English dictionary

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falacia  

      sf  
1    (=engaño)   deceit, fraud  
(=error)  
fallacy
2    (=falsedad)   deceitfulness
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"falacia": examples and translations in context
Todo muy convincente, excepto por una falacia obvia. All very convincing but for one obvious fallacy.
Todo el concepto de accidentes es una falacia. The very idea of accidents is a fallacy.
Es una falacia pensar que nos llevará a unas ganacias económicas y a un mayor crecimiento. It is a myth that it leads to economic advantages and that it increases growth.
Es una falacia que sea precisamente la creación de una federación europea la que nos vaya a dar unos índices máximos de crecimiento y empleo. It is a myth that a European Federation is the only way to achieve maximum growth and employment.
Yo califiqué esta presunción de falacia cuasi-marxista. I have called this presumption a quasi-Marxist fallacy.
Pero este argumento adolece de una doble falacia. But this argument suffers from a two-fold fallacy.
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