Definition of pseudo in English:

pseudo

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adjective

derogatory
  • Not genuine; spurious or sham.

    • ‘we are talking about real journalists and not the pseudo kind’
    • ‘In appraising the mass of evidence, which has thus been collected, one has to be careful to weed out pseudo from genuine research.’
    • ‘SYNTHETIC SNAKESKIN - Similar to synthetic leathers, pseudo snakeskins have a fabric backing which makes them less fragile than real snakeskins.’
    • ‘These models served as a pseudo laboratory to examine the effectiveness of various fiscal and monetary policies in smoothing out economic fluctuations.’
    • ‘But with the advent of colour inkjet printers, the power to make dinky, pseudo - 3D model buildings is now in everyone's hands.’
    • ‘Healthy and whole human beings are required - not pseudo machines and imitation heroes who are not what they appear to be.’
    artificial, synthetic, simulated, man-made, manufactured, ersatz, substitute
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Pronunciation

pseudo

/ˈso͞odō/ /ˈsudoʊ/

nounplural noun pseudos

derogatory
  • A pretentious or insincere person.

    • ‘the artsy chat of a campus pseudo’

Pronunciation

pseudo

/ˈso͞odō/ /ˈsudoʊ/

Origin

Late Middle English (as a noun in the sense ‘false apostle or teacher’): independent use of pseudo-.