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foolish

US [ˈfulɪʃ]
UK [ˈfuːlɪʃ]
  • adj.愚蠢的;傻的;不知所措;出丑
  • Web可笑的;荒谬的;鲁莽的
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adj.
1.
愚蠢的;傻的not showing good sense or judgement
She's just a vain, foolish woman.
她不过是个愚蠢虚荣的女人。
I was foolish enough to believe what Jeff told me.
我真蠢,竟相信杰夫和我说的话。
The accident was my fault─ it would be foolish to pretend otherwise.
这次事故是我的过失 — 装作没有责任那才傻呢。
How could she have been so foolish as to fall in love with him?
她怎么这么傻,竟爱上了他?
a foolish idea/dream/mistake
荒唐的想法╱梦╱错误
It was a very foolish thing to do.
干那种事很蠢。
2.
[nubn]
不知所措;出丑;显得尴尬made to feel or look silly and embarrassed
I felt foolish and a failure.
我自觉是个愚蠢的失败者。
He's afraid of looking foolish in front of his friends.
他怕在朋友面前出丑。

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