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fabricate (FAHB ri kayt") (verb), fabricates; fabricated; fabricating
1. To make or to build something: Oliver and Jill are planning to have their house fabricated before winter comes.
2. To make up or to create something; such as, a story in order to fool or to trick people: The journalists at the local newspaper were fabricating sensational stories in order to sell more copies of the latest edition.
To devise an excuse or to come up with a deception.
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This entry is located in the following units: -cate (page 4) fab-, fabri-, fabric- (page 1)
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fabricate (FAHB ri kayt")
Another clarification by cate about making up dishonest excuses or falsely compiling something to present to other people; sometimes, to construct something with different parts.
This entry is located in the following unit: cate family of verbs (page 3)
To build or to put something together; to make up or to devise some kind of deception in order to trick people. (1)