falacia translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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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
Todo el concepto de accidentes es una falacia. The very idea of accidents is a fallacy.
La falacia es creer que ser bueno significa hacerlo bien. The fallacy is believing that being good means doing well.
La falacia se ha arraigado en sus cerebros. The falsehood has taken root in their brains.
Ese informe desmintió la falacia de una matanza, que fue propagada por algunos funcionarios palestinos durante la primavera pasada. The report puts to rest the central falsehood of a massacre, which was propagated by some Palestinian officials last spring.
Esos son trucos, falacia, prestidigitación. Those are tricks, misdirection, sleight of hand.
Su destierro es una falacia que protege a hombres sin honor. Your discommendation is a facade to protect less honorable men.
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