Counterfeit

To counterfeit means to imitate something. Counterfeit products are fake replicas of the real product. Counterfeit products are often produced with the intent to take advantage of the superior value of the imitated product. The word counterfeit frequently describes both the forgeries of currency and documents, as well as the imitations of clothing...
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Counterfeit

• (n.) One who pretends to be what he is not; one who personates another; an impostor; a cheat. • (adv.) Assuming the appearance of something; false; spurious; deceitful; hypocritical; as, a counterfeit philanthropist. • (n.) That which resembles or is like another thing; a likeness; a portrait; a counterpart. • (n.) That which ...
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counterfeit

adjective not genuine; imitating something superior; `counterfeit emotion`; `counterfeit money`; `counterfeit works of art`; `a counterfeit prince`
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Counterfeit

[poker] In community card poker, a player or hand is said to be counterfeited when a community card does not change the value of his hand, but makes it more likely that an opponent will beat it. This occurs primarily in Omaha hold `em hi-lo split and sometimes in Texas hold `em. Counterfeiting also occurs in the Badugi variant of draw poker...
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Counterfeit

Coun'ter·feit adjective [ French contrefait , past participle of contrefaire to counterfeit; contre (L. contra ) + faire to make, from Latin facere . See Counter , adverb , and Fact .] 1. Representing by imit...
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counterfeit

A fake coin deceptively made with the intent of passing it off as if it were the genuine article.
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counterfeit

An object made to imitate a genuine numismatic piece with intent to deceive or defraud, irrespective of whether the intended fraud is primarily monetary or numismatic.
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counterfeit

forgery 
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counterfeit

if I hold A-A in the hole in hold'em, and you have 3-6, with a board of 3-6-9-9-K, you will have had two pair on the flop, but I will have a better two pair on the turn. The 9 on the turn is said to have "counterfeited" your hand. A similar situation can happen with low or medium pocket pairs, say 6-6 on a board of 7-7-8-8-Q, where the sixes don't ...
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Counterfeit

It refers to the copying, duplicating, deceiving and fraud. Normally it`s the copying/faking of currency notes and coins, important documents or bond and presenting it as real and genuine in order to commit fraud.
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counterfeit

not genuine; imitating something superior
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Counterfeit

To fraudulently make money, a document, art, or other item which is forged or created to look real, and intended to pass for real.
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Counterfeit

To make your hand less valuable because of board cards that duplicate it. Example: you have 87 and the flop comes 9-T-J, so you have a straight. Now an 8 comes on the turn. This has counterfeited your hand and made it almost worthless.
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Counterfeit

Unauthorized imitation of a coin.
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counterfeit

[adj] - not genuine
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