Translation of falsify in Spanish:

falsify

falsificar, v.

Pronunciation: /ˈfɔlsəˌfaɪ//ˈfɔːlsɪfʌɪ//ˈfɒlsɪfʌɪ/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (document/accounts/evidence) falsificar
    • Tribunal lawyers introduced further invoices from a company based in the Czech Republic yesterday to support their theory that he regularly falsified records to conceal the proceeds of property deals in Ireland.
    • The defendant is also alleged to have falsified an accounting document on a loan facility in August 1996.
    • He was arrested July 19 at the McAllen airport and charged four days later with illegal entry into the US, falsifying information and falsifying a passport.
    • Thousands of unwitting South African women may be married illegally to foreigners who have paid corrupt officials to falsify marriage certificates.
    • On 5 January 1996 the police reportedly used his thumb prints to falsify a statement in which he apparently confirmed that his injuries resulted from a fall while he was in the Civil Hospital, soon after he was first examined.
    • He was sentenced to 15 months in jail for falsifying his identity documents to get a passport to go to Pakistan.
    • The central bank said it would punish banks which helped businesses to falsify documents regarding their overseas remissions.
    • He falsified the medical records of Hazel Wood when she died of serious heart disease because three months earlier he attributed her chest pains to stomach problems.
    • He was said to have deliberately falsified a document to increase his salary and backdate his pension.
    • Threats to integrity may include a request to deceive a patient, to withhold information, or to falsify records, as well as verbal abuse from patients and coworkers.
    • No interest is served when it's easy to duplicate or falsify an identity document.
    • Shipman had falsified his records to create bogus medical histories to explain away the sudden deaths of his victims.
    • He cites evidence that doctors or medics falsified death certificates to cover up homicides.
    • He has already been charged with falsifying documents which showed transfer credits totalling over $40m from a bank he owned in Belgrade to an Irish company.
    • After finding an unqualified buyer, they'd falsify mortgage applications and employment histories just to get a bank to say yes to a loan.
    • Lynn Geldof told reporters the detection of child trafficking was complicated by the fact that many traffickers are women who falsify documents so as to pose as the children's mothers.
    • One senior investigator was found by the three judges to have falsified statements attributed to Murphy.
    • He is also charged with falsifying an accounting document for September 1997 at Matbro contrary to the Theft Act.
    • It was clear that he had covered his tracks by altering records and falsifying death certificates.
    • The women had their passports taken from them and made to sign a blank piece of paper, later used to falsify work-related documents.
  • 2

    (situation/truth) falsear