Traducción de untruth en Español:

untruth

falsedad, n.

Pronunciación /ˌənˈtruθ/ /ʌnˈtruːθ/

Ver definición en Español de falsedad

nombreplural untruths

formal
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    falsedad femenino
    • But the media treat these routine untruths as respectable statements that ought to be analysed and debated.
    • Don't become overly bold just because you feel you are safely hiding behind your computer screen and make statements that are untruths.
    • Research revealed that untruths range from little white lies to huge whoppers aimed purely at personal gain.
    • One of the worst features of this sorry business is that the Australian people have been led astray by the untruths and falsehoods uttered by our leaders on this subject.
    • But the whole thing was such a cynical mix of half-truths, untruths and twisted logic that it ended up besting me.
    • This editorial, simply put, is rife with inaccuracies, misinformation, and outright untruths.
    • There are also many myths and untruths surrounding acne.
    • This would end the current frequent practice of simply allowing a reduced award in cases of exaggeration or partial untruths by claimants.
    • Our next phase has to blow out of the water major myths and untruths about live animal export.
    • There are so many untruths in these stories that it is kind of sad.
    • I hope to see a few myths and untruths put to bed in 2004, but first a confession.
    • I knew the rumors were just that - untruths spread by gossips.
    • Of course, on the other hand, he was a man of many half-truths and blatant untruths and she risked her life for his cause on a regular basis.
    • Not only that, it is an account of what the prosecution says are untruths and deliberate untruths, and there is cross-examination on this that makes it clear.
    • Is it any wonder that the British public has remained largely ignorant of a consistent pattern of deceptions and untruths emanating from London and Washington for many years?
    • Sadly, some of these myths have become so entrenched that we sometimes forget they are merely half-truths or untruths which bear little resemblance to reality.
    • After a while, after so many stories, after so many rumors, after so many untruths, you just learn to live with it.
    • What makes him unique is his willingness to construct his myths on a scaffolding of calculated untruths.
    • Their festival of untruths in attempting to dupe international opinion on this issue shocked most objective and reasoned people both in the United States and the world as a whole.
    • But the simple fact is, whether through wishful thinking or deliberate deceit, the administration uttered untruths.