counterfeit


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Synonyms for counterfeit

Synonyms for counterfeit

to make a fraudulent copy of

to take on or give a false appearance of

to behave affectedly or insincerely or take on a false or misleading appearance of

to contrive and present as genuine

fraudulently or deceptively imitative

a fraudulent imitation

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a copy that is represented as the original

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make a copy of with the intent to deceive

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not genuine

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See Raufu, supra note 2, at 690 (acknowledging National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) as key player in combating manufacture and distribution of counterfeit drugs).
WYTS chief officer Graham Hebblethwaite said: "Consumers should realise counterfeit goods seldom represent good value and are often unsafe.
Europe must react consistently by establishing an EU Anti-Counterfeiting Authority and by reinforcing and harmonising member states' crime legislation against counterfeit goods,' said Susta.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement, who used undercover investigators to observe the trafficking and sales of the counterfeit cigarettes.
However, since 1995, digitally produced counterfeit notes have increased from 1 percent of all counterfeits detected in the United States to 40 percent.
Chinatown has always had illegal vendors who sell knock-offs and kitsch, but in the past year the industry has grown and the vendors are offering more sophisticated counterfeit goods that are in high demand.
After she got a manager, they said that it was counterfeit money.
Counterfeit ink, toner, ribbons and other consumable products are a worldwide problem.
and the FDA announced that a counterfeit lot of Serostim, the company's human growth hormone, had been distributed.
At the same time that the marriage plot recedes, the merchant/gallant plots come into the foreground and the play negotiates social relations, and especially relations of desire, through the circulation of money and commodities (tobacco, counterfeit coins, and women, for example) with which Moll is explicitly associated.
The following lawsuits announced last week allege that the defendants distributed counterfeit and/or infringing copies of Microsoft software to customers and/or investigators.
International trade in counterfeit products is worth $100 billion per year or about three to six percent of overall world merchandise trade.
Jamil was a key part of a counterfeiting ring that produced millions of bottles of counterfeit 5-Hour ENERGY drink in a San Diego factory before the scheme was broken up by investigators in 2012.
Power management company Eaton today announced its goal to raise awareness of how industry professionals can protect themselves from counterfeit electrical products in 2015 as part of its I Didn t Know educational campaign.
Anyone who has ever been offered a $40 Rolex or a $25 Gucci handbag understands that counterfeit goods are as accessible as hot dog vendors on the streets of any big American city.