magpanggap, magkunwari, magkunwa, magkunuwari, magkunuwa
Noun(1) the enactment of a pretense
Verb(1) make believe with the intent to deceive(2) behave unnaturally or affectedly(3) put forward a claim and assert right or possession of(4) put forward, of a guess, in spite of possible refutation(5) represent fictitiously, as in a play, or pretend to be or act like(6) state insincerely
Adjective(1) imagined as in a play
(1) Francis loses both daughter and wife and constructs a fantasy life to pretend that Lisa is somehow still alive.(2) You just become someone walking around in freedom, no longer a pretend celebrity with a wallet to be taxed.(3) Boys and young men with pretend guns were being given military drill and taught blood-curdling, screamed chants.(4) Pretend troops are just what we need to fight for a pretend cause!(5) The good thing about a BlackBerry is you can read a message and pretend that you haven't seen it.(6) They could pretend that they in fact had hands toughened by manual labor in the somewhat mythical Australian outback.(7) When he does, will he play the party game and try to pretend the elephants aren't there?(8) We weren't marching off to conquer other countries, but to save them, for real, not for pretend purposes.(9) It was a boring time, as Dominic had to eat pretend chocolate chip cookies, and drink tea.(10) I can't be the only adult to play for pretend money around the Monopoly board, but at least that requires some sense of the world outside me.(11) Back then I used to play games and pretend I was a secret agent and such.(12) You can go to land of make believe and you can pretend , but in the end you still have no friends Ted, I think this is goodbye.(13) They ride around on pretend horses while knocking coconuts together and often break into spontaneous song.(14) He wants to see Catherine and wants her to pretend that they are engaged and in a fancy Milan hotel room together.(15) In the home center, children prepare a pretend picnic for an imaginary vacation.(16) This fantasy allows us to pretend that where we are does not matter, and that what we do daily is a minor narrative that does not count.
(1) to pretend :: magpanggap
1. make as if ::
gumawa ng bilang kung
2. put on an act as ::
ilagay sa isang gawa ng
3. feign ::
4. claim ::
6. venture ::
7. dissemble ::
8. profess ::
magpahayag ng paniniwala sa
9. affect ::
10. imaginary ::
11. make-believe ::
12. make-believe ::
Different Formspretend, pretended, pretender, pretenders, pretending, pretends
Word Example from TV Shows
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I don't want you
to PRETEND to be me.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 17
When you made your husband
PRETEND to be a patient
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 12
But I've gone too far
to PRETEND to be anything else.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 10
PRETEND to be one of us?
Westworld Season 2, Episode 3
Well, then at least hold her still,
so I can PRETEND she's stuffed.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 18
English to Filipino Dictionary: pretend
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