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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
Esa es una falacia que es necesario desenmascarar. That's a fallacy that needs to be exposed.
Yo califiqué esta presunción de falacia cuasi-marxista. I have called this presumption a quasi-Marxist fallacy.
Dicho informe es una falacia mal documentada y acusatoria. Colonel Burton's report is fallacious, misinformed, and accusatory.
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.
Hace setenta años, John Maynard Keynes señaló su falacia. Seventy years ago, John Maynard Keynes pointed out its fallacy.
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