Traducción de fabricate en Español:

fabricate

inventar(se), v.

Pronunciación /ˈfæbrəˌkeɪt//ˈfabrɪkeɪt/

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  • 1

    (invent)
    (excuse/story) inventar(se)
    • There is no reason why the decedent would have lied to her or would have fabricated evidence.
    • When Bryant's lawyer cross-examines his accuser, and later, when the defense puts on its case, the defense attorney will want to provide evidence to the jury suggesting she is fabricating her claim.
    • The fact that our enemies allegedly fabricate similar evidence of wrongdoing on our part absolves us of responsibility to reveal true, unfabricated evidence.
    • If evidence was indeed fabricated, this may well have been where it was done.
    • They also charged the prosecution had fabricated evidence during the corruption trial.
    • I have absolute confidence that they were not fabricating their evidence.
    • As a result they contrived and fabricated a way to remove me from the company which they believed would relieve them of this contractual commitment.
    • He said that Hammersley and Clark had fabricated the account which they gave in evidence, which put all the responsibility on him.
    • Frequently these informants were simply adolescents seeking to frighten peers or parents, by fabricating evidence of cult ritual.
    • But last week, Archer was found guilty of having fabricated evidence in that case.
    • But Richard Wallace, editor of the Mirror, says he has seen no evidence of tabloid journalists fabricating stories.
    • In a society with an imperfect legal system, any false case can be fabricated, and they will also seem serious and perfect from the outside.
    • He went on to accuse the witnesses of fabricating the evidence against the accused.
    • You could, for instance, infer that they have fabricated their evidence, made it up, after those first interviews.
    • Lawrence was found to have fabricated evidence to the Royal Commission.
    • I would suggest that Fisk is the target of ridicule because he ignores evidence that doesn't support his ideology and fabricates evidence that does, all the while masquerading as a reporter when he's really an opinion writer.
    • Bryan is paranoid that police are dishonest and will fabricate evidence against him, Mr Hemsley said.
    • Perez related how officers routinely fabricated elaborate stories in their reports.
    • If, however, I believed that Mr. Wemyss had fabricated his evidence on this I would be more concerned.
    • She did not try to invent or fabricate some explanation.
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    Tecnología
    (manufacture)
    fabricar
    • The asbestos industry in the town of Asbestos also included a large mill for fiber processing and a factory for fabricating asbestos products.
    • Contractors will fabricate and test advanced structural components to failure to validate performance relative to predicted performance.
    • The product can be finished and fabricated easily in a variety of ways with typical shop tools.
    • The metal must always be alloyed if it is to be fabricated or worked to make some useful product.
    • The first phase develops, fabricates, integrates and tests prototype propulsion systems and power packs.
    • Once he has satisfied the creative side of his brain, the pragmatic side takes over and he meticulously fabricates and assembles his knives.
    • They have also used what they describe as a more sophisticated nozzle assembly to fabricate similarly sized microcapsules in which a drug core is surrounded by a biodegradable polymer shell.
    • A relatively new process to reduce the costs of fabricating components from these materials is metal injection molding.
    • Only master craftsmen could design and fabricate such a product.
    • The sculptor fabricates nearly all his pieces in his studio by welding together metal plates.
    • We think that bacteria and other small biological systems can be used as templates for fabricating even more complex systems.
    • A camera system has been designed and fabricated based upon the above concept.
    • The aircraft was designed in Ohio and partially fabricated and assembled in New Jersey.
    • The contract duration is 53 months to design, fabricate and test 3 production representative systems.
    • Finally, new shapes have been fabricated with blocks of crystals.
    • For the formals as well as informals, Kutir creates the garments right from fabricating, dying, embroidery, stitching and assembling.
    • Still, it'd be difficult for me to fabricate enough new products to fill a whole column.
    • In a world that is gradually fabricated around us, fashion and social acceptability are handed down ready-made.
    • Most of the tungsten used thus far in aerospace applications has been in the unalloyed form, which is much easier and less expensive to produce and fabricate.
    • The microwave area has naturally been most productive, because the metamaterials required are easier to fabricate.