a word or expression in one language that, because it resembles one in another language, is often wrongly taken to have the same meaning, for example, the French agenda which means diary, not agenda
a word or phrase of one language that resembles one in another language but has a different meaning
noun 1. a façade falsifying the size, finish, or importance of a building, especially one having a humble purpose or cheap construction. 2. any deceptive appearance: He hid his great shyness behind a false front of aggressiveness.
noun, Botany. 1. . noun, Botany. 1. a fruit, as the apple, strawberry, or pineapple, that contains, in addition to a mature ovary and seeds, a significant amount of other tissue. noun 1. another name for pseudocarp noun 1. another name for pseudocarp accessory fruit A fruit, such as the pear or strawberry, that develops […]
noun 1. any of various plants belonging to the genus Veratrum, of the lily family, especially a North American species, V. viride, which has clusters of yellowish-green flowers and is the source of substances used in certain medicines and insecticides.
- False hematuria
false hematuria n. See pseudohematuria.