English → English - fallacy

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n. untruth, falsehood; misconception; mistake; illusion, delusion

English → Spanish - fallacy

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s. falacia, cosa falsa, falencia, sofisma

English → French - fallacy

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n. erreur, fausse supposition, illusion

English → German - fallacy

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n. Trugschluß; irrige Ansicht; Irrtum; Täuschung

English → Indonesian - fallacy

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n. kekeliruan, pendapat yg salah

English → Italian - fallacy

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s. credenza errata; falso ragionamento, fallacia, inganno, falsità; (Filos) sofisma

English → Polish - fallacy

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n. błąd, błędność, mylność, przesąd, nieprawdziwość, błędne mniemanie, fałszywe rozumowanie, sofizmat, wykrętność

English → Portuguese - fallacy

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s. falácia, sofisma; logro, fraude; engano; ilusão

English → Romanian - fallacy

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n. falsitate, eroare, absurditate, aberaţie, erezie, sofism, concluzie greşită

English → Russian - fallacy

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с. ошибка, заблуждение, обманчивость, софизм, ложный вывод

English → Turkish - fallacy

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i. yanlış inanış, safsata, mantıksızlık, yanlış

English → Ukrainian - fallacy

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n. помилка, обманливість, неправдивість

English → Dutch - fallacy

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zn. denkfout, drogreden; illusie

English → Greek - fallacy

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ουσ. απάτη, σφαλερότης, σφαλερότητα, πλάνη, σόφισμα

English → Arabic - fallacy

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‏مغالطة، فكرة خاطئة، مظهر خادع‏

English → Chinese - fallacy

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(名) 谬误; 谬见; 谬论

English → Chinese - fallacy

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(名) 謬誤; 謬見; 謬論

English → Hindi - fallacy

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n. भ्रम, ग़लतापना, भ्रमजनकता, हेत्वाभास, भांति, तकार्भास, अशुद्धि

English → Japanese - fallacy

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(名) 誤った考え; 誤った推理; 虚偽

English → Korean - fallacy

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명. 그릇된 생각, 잘못; 오류; 기만, 허위

English → Vietnamese - fallacy

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n. lối ngụy biện, luận quá

Definition of fallacy

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Noun
1. Deceptive or false appearance; deceitfulness; that which misleads the eye or the mind; deception.
2. An argument, or apparent argument, which professes to be decisive of the matter at issue, while in reality it is not. A specious argument.
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