- adj. 人造的；（法）假的
- n. (Faux)人名；(英)福克斯；(法)福
- faux (adj.)
- from French faux "false" (12c., see false). Used with English words at least since 1676 (Etheredge, faux-prude). Used by itself, with French pronunciation, from 1980s to mean "fake."
- 1. Economist Jeffrey Faux says a tax cut is a bad idea.
- 2. The chairs were covered in faux animal skin.
- 3. It was not long before I realised the enormity of my faux pas.
- 4. We consider it very impolite to tell people when they have committed some social faux pas.
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- 5. Throwing up on the dessert might be regarded as a faux pas.
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