fabricate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to create; create.
    • to make by combining or assembling diverse, usually standardized parts: fabricate tiny ships.
    • To concoct being deceive: fabricated a reason.
    • to make into a complete by uniting its parts; to frame; to construct; to construct.
    • to create by art and work; to make; to produce.
    • To create and develop; to forge; to devise falsely.
    • To make; create.
    • to make by combining or assembling diverse, usually standardised components: fabricate little boats.
    • To concoct being deceive: fabricated an excuse.
    • To form into an entire by uniting its parts; to framework; to make; to build.
    • to make by art and work; to produce; to produce.
    • To invent and develop; to forge; to create falsely.
  • verb:
    • to create into a complete by uniting its parts; to frame; to create; to create; as, to fabricate a bridge or ship.
    • To form by art and labor; to make; to make; because, to fabricate computer potato chips.
    • To invent and develop; to forge; to develop falsely; because, to fabricate a lie or story.
    • (cooking) To break up an animal as planning for cooking, specially utilized in mention of the fowl.
    • compensate one thing artificial or untrue
    • come up with out of synthetic or all-natural elements or components
    • To form into a complete by uniting its components; to frame; to make; to construct; since, to fabricate a bridge or ship.
    • to make by art and work; to produce; to create; as, to fabricate computer system chips.
    • To invent and form; to create; to develop falsely; since, to fabricate a lie or story.
    • (cooking) To break up an animal as preparation for cooking, specifically used in mention of the fowl.
    • make up something artificial or untrue
    • assembled off synthetic or natural elements or components
  • others:
    • To frame; develop; build; form into an entire by joining the components; form by art and work; manufacture; make; create: because, to fabricate a bridge or a ship; to fabricate woolens.
    • To invent or contrive; devise falsely; concoct; forge: because, to fabricate a lie or a story; to fabricate a written report.
    • To frame; develop; construct; form into a complete by joining the parts; kind by art and work; make; make; create: as, to fabricate a bridge or a ship; to fabricate woolens.
    • To create or contrive; create falsely; concoct; forge: since, to fabricate a lie or a story; to fabricate a report.

Related Sources

  • Sentence for "fabricate"
    • Proof aimed at establishing a motive…
    • View More
  • Quotes for "fabricate"
    • "It's a failure of national vision…"
    • View More
  • Synonym for "fabricate"
  • Verb Forms for "fabricate"
  • Phrases for "fabricate"
  • Cross Reference for "fabricate"
  • Same Context for "fabricate"
  • Urban Dictionary for "fabricate"
    • To make something up. To produce.…
    • View More
355 votes

How would you define fabricate?

All the definitions on AZdictionary were written by people just like you. Now's your chance to add your own!