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counterfeit in Crime topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcounterfeitcoun‧ter‧feit1 /ˈkaʊntəfɪt $ -tər-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 SCCCOPYmade to look exactly like something else, in order to deceive people syn fakecounterfeit currency/money etc 🔊 counterfeit £10 notescounterfeit goods/software etcsee thesaurus at false
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counterfeita counterfeit $20 billPolice have warned stores to look out for counterfeit $50 bills.It was glossolalia as performance, and-at least to me-it sounded counterfeit.They were arrested for making counterfeit computer chips.The choice that is left is to go through the motions either with counterfeit conviction, or with subversion and disdain.Cards are either stolen or used by fraudsters who have made counterfeit copies.Is there a counterfeit cowl on the thrust reversers?Blocks away is a dangerous park, a black market for drugs, weapons and counterfeit immigration papers.Illegal counterfeit manufacturers have taken advantage of a burgeoning circular trade between E C countries in pharmaceuticals.The remarks followed a court case in which a couple admitted selling counterfeit software at car boot sales.counterfeit goods/software etcVoice over Anyone considering selling counterfeit goods at car boot sales could face two years in prison or unlimited fines.The remarks followed a court case in which a couple admitted selling counterfeit software at car boot sales.Trading standards officers have seized counterfeit goods with a face value of thousands of pounds.