Meaning of prevarication in English:

prevarication

Pronunciation /prɪvarɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/

Translate prevarication into Spanish

noun

See prevaricate

‘Even so, he has continued his policy of deception and prevarication.’
  • ‘Now we are fed big pills of outright lies, prevarication, and deception.’
  • ‘I met people who had endured 12 hours of mis-information and prevarication before they boarded a plane.’
  • ‘We do not care about the silly prevarications of politicians, whether it be about the democratic system or weapons of mass destruction.’
  • ‘Are bloviating prevarications the rule rather than the exception?’