What is the Meaning of Lie | Definition and What is Lie

A lie is an expression which is contrary to what we know, think or believe. The term is often used in opposition to what is considered as being the truth. Lying implies what is wrong.
Examples: "the defendant ensures that it is a lie that there is a house in Miami with a value of two million dollars", «I only will forgive never this lie», «Mark had to lie to Andrea for not angry.
One who utters a lie expects that one believes in the truth of what he says. Thus, the person who knows that she is doing something wrong, but it is possible that his interlocutor will be in not render account. For this reason, one speaks of discovery of a lie when one realizes that he has been deceived.
A child who breaks a window of his house with a ball tells her mother that the accident was caused by a stone which was launched by someone in the street. The mother believes first falsehood, but as soon as she discovers a piece of glass embedded in the ball from his son, it eventually confess his responsibility.
A lie can even take place without talking. A football player who simulates received a kick can wallow in the grass as if it would be very evil in the leg, while in reality he is just trying to pretend so that the referee expelled a player in the opponent team.
Lie means pious any false statement but whose intention is benevolent. A father can say to his son that he brought his pet in a field so that it can run and move freely while, for real, the dog was hit by a car in the street.
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