Translation of trumped-up in Spanish:


falso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌtrəmptˈəp/ /trʌmptˈʌp/

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    (charge/evidence) falso
    (charge/evidence) fabricado
    • Dozens of opposition leaders have been arrested on trumped-up charges.
    • Each time he was booked, he said, on trumped-up charges of disorderly conduct.
    • The trumped-up charges hung over his head for several years.
    • In fact, virtually nothing about this trumped-up story is true.
    • He summoned him before the royal court to answer trumped-up charges.
    • The governing and opposition parties are growing more confrontational, trading trumped-up accusations and even blows on the legislative floor.
    • History is full of trumped-up threats.
    • For his troubles, he was sentenced to 28 years in prison on trumped-up charges.
    • He was sent to prison for five years on a trumped-up income tax charge.
    • The company sacked 26 workers on trumped-up charges after they returned to work on May 14.