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fabricate (verb) lie; manufacture.
When you lie, build up false information, to mislead or deceive people, you fabricate stories. When you fabricate a story, you lie. You invent some false information intended to deceive people. Lawyers fabricate evidence to protect their clients, that is, they invent evidence to protect their clients. Police fabricate evidence to prove their point, and criminals fabricate evidence to protect themselves. That is they lie or invent information for their own purposes. Manufacturing something is also fabricating. Steel structures, trusses, etc., are fabricated, that is they are manufactured from different materials.
- Not a word of what Jack has said is true. It is now known that he has fabricated the story of having been robbed, just to delay the repayment of his loan by getting the sympathy of his creditors.
- The old building still stands as it is supported by structures and trusses which have been fabricated specially to make the building last for a long time.