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falsify verb [T] disapproving
UK /ˈfɒl.sɪ.faɪ/ US /ˈfɑːl.sə.faɪ/
to change something, such as a document, in order to deceive people:
The certificate had clearly been falsified.
falsification noun [U] disapproving
UK /ˌfɒl.sɪ.fɪˈkeɪ.ʃən/ US /ˌfɑːl.sə.fəˈkeɪ.ʃən/
the action of changing something, such as a document, in order to deceive people:
falsification of evidence
The couple was charged with falsification of documents.
acknowledge verb [T]
UK /əkˈnɒl.ɪdʒ/ US /əkˈnɑː.lɪdʒ/
C1 to accept, admit, or recognize something, or the truth or existence of something:
[+ -ing verb] She acknowledged having been at fault.
[+ that] She acknowledged that she had been at fault.
You must acknowledge the truth of her argument.
Historians generally acknowledge her as a genius in her field.
[+ obj + to infinitive] She is usually acknowledged to be one of our best artists.
They refused to acknowledge (= to recognize officially) the new government.
He didn't even acknowledge my presence (= show that he had seen me).
The government won't even acknowledge the existence of the problem.
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bead noun [C]
UK /biːd/ US /biːd/
bead noun [C] (JEWELLERY)
a small, coloured, often round piece of plastic, wood, glass, etc. with a hole through it. It is usually put on a string with a lot of others to make jewellery:
She wore a necklace of brightly coloured wooden beads.