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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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The knock-offs being smuggled into Ireland are produced in underground factories in China and Eastern Europe and the brands aren't sold on the continent.
Classic European knock-offs of designer fragrances for men include Armac (Aramis), Leopard (Ted Lapidus), Status (Kouros) and Vanguard (Van Cleef).
The global brand building power of Spin Master now gives the HEXBUG([R]) Nano[TM] visibility throughout Europe, making knock-off products less appealing to retailers.
This permits small ingates for easier knock-off and grinding.
First, consumers can reach out for help determining whether an item they have purchased is legitimate branded merchandise, or a knock-off.
There are reputable sources for remote control helicopters and hopefully the trade will realize that dealing with these secondary knock-off products is a very poor choice.
He sold 20 of the cows to a charity in Modesto that gave them to business sponsors to decorate and place about town before they were auctioned, a knock-off of Chicago's famed Cows on Parade promotion.
VF Outdoor, the world's largest apparel company, is being sued by ArchPort(TM) Shoes, innovator of Shoe Pocket and Method of Use, for making knock-off shoes that ArchPort(TM) Shoes claims violate a patent (US Patent 6,094,844).
Fashion's knock-off king Allen Schwartz isn't easily excited.
Now comes ``Woman on Top,'' a rather tepid knock-off of ``Like Water for Chocolate.
As in the Shepperton case, we want to send a very clear message: We will do whatever it takes to shut down infringers trying to profit from the sale of knock-off Star Wars products.
As the Mighty Ducks head to the NHL Western Conference Finals for the second time in four years, unsuspecting hockey fans - eager to show their support for their favorite team and players - will be targeted by counterfeiters attempting to sell unauthorized and poorly produced knock-off merchandise.
Revlon's ``Street Wear'' line debuted in August of 1996, and Urban Decay plans to argue in court that Revlon's products are a direct knock-off of its offerings.