pass off as
This page is about the phrasal verb pass off as.
Meaning: to make someone believe that a copy or a replica is the real thingSynonym: palm off as
- pass sth off as sth We had no trouble passing the counterfeit banknotes off as real money.
- pass sb off as sb He put on a white coat and tried to pass himself off as a doctor.
The woman tried to pass the handbag off as a genuine Versace bag, but I knew that it
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Contributor: Matt Errey