fae br@ keIt
1. to construct or create.
The knives are fabricated out of stainless steel.
2. to put together by assembling.
The entire home is fabricated in the factory.
3. to invent with the intention of deceiving; make up.
The story had been fabricated just for the publicity.
He fabricated an elaborate excuse for turning his project in late.
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Collocations: Words often used in combination with the transitive verb fabricate (definition 3)
fabricate + NOUN: ~ story, ~ tale, ~ excuse, ~ lie, ~ testimony, ~ deposition, ~ confession, ~ evidence, ~ data, ~ charge, ~ accusation, ~ rumor