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folly

US [ˈfɑli]
UK [ˈfɒli]
  • n.愚蠢;愚笨;愚蠢的想法(或事情、行为)
  • Web荒唐事;蠢事;傻话
Plural Form:follies  
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n.
1.
[u][c]
愚蠢;愚笨;愚蠢的想法(或事情、行为)a lack of good judgement; the fact of doing sth stupid; an activity or idea that shows a lack of judgement
an act of sheer folly
纯粹愚蠢的行动
Giving up a secure job seems to be the height of folly.
放弃一份稳定的工作似乎愚蠢至极。
It would be folly to turn the offer down.
拒绝这个建议是愚蠢之举。
the follies of youth
青年时期的愚蠢行为
2.
[c]
(常见于旧时乡间豪宅花园中的)装饰性建筑a building that has no practical purpose but was built in the past for decoration, often in the garden of a large country house

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