fallacious in Spanish

Pronunciation
adj. falaz, delusorio, fraudulento

Example Sentences

Her line of reasoning is attractive, but ultimately fallacious.
Su razonamiento es atractivo, pero a fin de cuentas falaz.
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Egocentrism, fallacious thinking and neurosis produce a parallel reality that hinders the use of objects.
El egocentrismo, los pensamientos falaces y la neurosis producen una realidad paralela que impide el uso de objetos.
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To suggest that we haven't refuted the very basis of socialism is fallacious and specious.
Sugerir que no hemos refutado la base misma del socialismo es falaz y especioso.
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It is not worth wasting time over Mr. Noriega's fallacious charlatanism.
No vale la pena perder el tiempo en la falaz charlatanería del señor Noriega.
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The arguments put forward by the European Parliament are completely fallacious.
Los argumentos esgrimidos por el Parlamento Europeo son absolutamente falaces.
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So your characterization of their behavior as typical is demonstrably fallacious.
Tu caracterización de su comportamiento como "típico" es demostrablemente falaz.
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With this fallacious argument, the United States Government hopes to confuse public opinion, by disregarding all the gestures and actions of the Cuban Government since 11 September 2001.
Con este falaz argumento, trata el Gobierno norteamericano de confundir a la opinión pública, al no reconocer todos los gestos y acciones del Gobierno cubano, después del 11 de septiembre de 2001.
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Nor could I accept paragraph 21 of the original text which, using the fallacious argument that it would ensure equal treatment for all shareholders, calls on the Commission to accept the principle of 'one share one vote'.
Tampoco puedo aceptar el apartado 21 del texto original, que, utilizando el falaz argumento de que garantizaría la igualdad de trato para todos los accionistas, pide a la Comisión que acepte el principio de «un voto por acción».
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That resolution represented a notable advance in debunking the fallacious notion that the imperative of combating terrorism was somehow antithetical to respect for human rights.
Esa resolución representa un notable adelanto en cuanto a refutar la falaz noción de que el imperativo de combatir el terrorismo es antitético al respeto de los derechos humanos.
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The belief that nuclear arms can ensure the security of a country is not only baneful but also fallacious.
La idea de que las armas nucleares pueden garantizar la seguridad de un país no sólo es nefasta, sino que también es falaz.
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Synonyms

deceptive: deceiving, false, misleading



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