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deceive

US [dɪˈsiv]
UK [dɪˈsiːv]
  • v.欺骗;蒙骗;诓骗;欺骗(自己)
  • Web蒙蔽;欺诈;哄骗
Simple Present:deceives  Present Participle:deceiving  Past Tense:deceived  
deceive
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v.
1.
[t]
欺骗;蒙骗;诓骗to make sb believe sth that is not true
Her husband had been deceiving her for years.
她丈夫多年来一直在欺骗她。
She deceived him into handing over all his savings.
她把他所有的积蓄都骗了出来。
2.
[t]
~ yourself (that…)
欺骗(自己)to refuse to admit to yourself that sth unpleasant is true
You're deceiving yourself if you think he'll change his mind.
如果你认为他会改变主意,那你是在欺骗自己。
3.
[t][i]
~ (sb)
使人误信;误导to make sb have a wrong idea about sb/sth
Unless my eyes deceive me, that's his wife.
如果我没有看错的话,那是他的妻子。

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