change (sth) so that it falsely appears better, more valuable, etc.
copy (sth) so as to deceive
a person or thing that is not what he, she or it looks like
"it isn't fake anything; it's real synthetic fur"
"decorated with imitation palm leaves"
"a purse of simulated alligator hide"
"he faked the signature"
"they counterfeited dollar bills"
"She forged a Green Card"
"Fudge the figures"
"cook the books"
"falsify the data"
"The politician was not well prepared for the debate and faked it"
Fake whisky...the symptoms following consumption are similar to those of gastric poisoning.
He gave her a bright fake smile.
出自： G. Greene
The horse-brand..had been 'faked' or cleverly altered.
出自： R. Boldrewood
What else could the poor old chap do but fake up an answer fit for publication.
出自： G. B. Shaw
There wasn't a word of truth in what he said; the whole story had been faked up.