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un·true

 (ŭn-tro͞o′)
adj. un·tru·er, un·tru·est
1. Contrary to fact; false.
2. Deviating from a standard; not straight, even, level, or exact.
3. Disloyal; unfaithful.

un·tru′ly adv.

untrue

(ʌnˈtruː)
adj
1. incorrect or false
2. disloyal
3. diverging from a rule, standard, or measure; inaccurate
unˈtrueness n
unˈtruly adv

un•true

(ʌnˈtru)

adj. , -tru•er, -tru•est.
1. not true to fact; incorrect; false.
2. unfaithful; disloyal.
3. not true to a standard.
[before 1050]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.untrue - not according with the facts; "unfortunately the statement was simply untrue"
false - not in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality; "gave false testimony under oath"; "false tales of bravery"
2.untrue - not true to an obligation or trust; "is untrue to his highest opportunity and duty"-Bruno Laske
unfaithful - not true to duty or obligation or promises; "an unfaithful lover"
3.untrue - not accurately fitted; not level; "the frame was out of true"; "off-level floors and untrue doors and windows"
uneven - not even or uniform as e.g. in shape or texture; "an uneven color"; "uneven ground"; "uneven margins"; "wood with an uneven grain"
4.untrue - (used especially of persons) not dependable in devotion or affection; unfaithful; "a false friend"; "when lovers prove untrue"
inconstant - likely to change frequently often without apparent or cogent reason; variable; "inconstant affections"; "an inconstant lover"; "swear not by...the inconstant moon"- Shakespeare

untrue

untrue

adjective
Translations
غَيْر صَحيح، كاذِب
nepravdivý
falskusand
nem igaz
ósannur
netiesa
nepatiess
nepravdivý
laženneresničen

untrue

[ˈʌnˈtruː] ADJ
1. (= inaccurate) → falso
it is untrue thatno es cierto or verdad que, es falso que
that is wholly untrueeso es completamente falso
2. (liter) (= unfaithful) → infiel
to be untrue to sbser infiel a algn
to be untrue to one's principlesno ser fiel a sus principios

untrue

[ʌnˈtruː] adj [statement,story, allegations] → faux(fausse)
it is untrue that ... → il est faux que ..., il n'est pas vrai que ...
it would be untrue to say that ... → il serait faux de dire que ...

untrue

adj
(= false)unwahr, falsch; (Tech) reading, instrumentinkorrekt, ungenau
(= unfaithful) personuntreu; to be untrue to somebodyjdm untreu sein; to be untrue to one’s principles/wordseinen Prinzipien/seinem Wort untreu sein

untrue

[ʌnˈtruː] adj (statement) → falso/a, non vero/a

untrue

(anˈtruː) adjective
not true; false. The statement is untrue.
unˈtruth () noun
a lie or false statement. His autobiography contains many untruths.
References in classic literature ?
The letter had about every demerit of party letters in general; it was expressed with the energy of a believer; it was personal; it was a little more than half unfair, and about a quarter untrue.
And they are not to found otherwise, because men will always prove untrue to you unless they are kept honest by constraint.
She took him aside in his turn and expostulated; he was ruining the girl's reputation, he was doing harm to the house, he must see how wrong and wicked his conduct was; but she was met with smiling denials; Herr Sung did not know what she was talking about, he was not paying any attention to Fraulein Cacilie, he never walked with her; it was all untrue, every word of it.
Hence, where the first thing is untrue, it is quite unnecessary, provided the second be true, to add that the first is or has become.
And then he began chirping his peculiar melancholy song, from which we have taken this history; and which may, very possibly, be all untrue, although it does stand here printed in black and white.
Through a touch of self-seeking that modest artist of solid merit became untrue to his temperament.
If some men are shams and humbugs, that does not make religion untrue.
Thou canst not know it, lady mine, Or else thou art untrue.
The destruction of Mustapha (that we named before) was so fatal to Solyman's line, as the succession of the Turks, from Solyman until this day, is suspected to be untrue, and of strange blood; for that Selymus the Second, was thought to be suppositious.
Must I then be untrue to my past history; recoil before obstacles that are not serious; requite with cowardly hesitation what both the English Government and the Royal Society of London have done for me?
Strickland, without saying a word that was untrue, insinuated that her relations with her husband had always been perfect.
Both true and untrue," Pierre began; but Prince Andrew interrupted him.