Fabricate – Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing
Fabricate: (Verb) /ˈfæbrɪkeɪt/
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to invent a story, piece of information etc in order to deceive someone
Assemble, Concoct, Construct, Make up
For IELTS Speaking:.
“The police were accused of fabricating evidence.”
“At their small workshop, they fabricate parts for jet engines.”
For IELTS Writing:
“Officials were accused of fabricating the evidence that was given at the trial.”
Match the word below to complete these sentences.
religious, fabulous, limp, fabricated, fanfare, postnatal.
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- He studies the little dark face and massages a …………… hand until the fingers curl around his own.
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