Definitions of "counterfeit"
  1. An item that is made to resemble another genuine item, without lawful permission, primarily with the aim of deceiving or defrauding others
  2. The action of creating a fake replica of an original without any legal authority, typically done with a motive of deceit or fraud
  3. Any item or entity that is created as a fraudulent imitation of a genuine one
How to use "counterfeit" in a sentence
  1. The man was arrested after selling counterfeit watches at the local market.
  2. The counterfeit money was so expertly crafted that it took a while for bank officials to identify it.
  3. Production of counterfeit goods has been a major hindrance in the growth of the fashion industry.

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