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fool

US [ful]
UK [fuːl]
  • n.傻瓜;蠢人;弄臣;奶油果泥
  • v.愚弄;欺骗;说蠢话
  • adj.傻的;愚蠢的
  • Web傻子;愚人;笨蛋
Plural Form:fools  Present Participle:fooling  Past Tense:fooled  
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n.
1.
[c]
蠢人;傻瓜a person who you think behaves or speaks in a way that lacks intelligence or good judgement
Don't be such a fool!
别这么傻了!
I felt a fool when I realized my mistake.
我意识到了自己的错误,觉得自己是个傻瓜。
He told me he was an actor and I was fool enough to believe him.
他告诉我他是演员,而我真傻,竟相信了他的话。
2.
[c]
(旧时国王或王后豢养供人娱乐的)小丑,弄臣(in the past) a man employed by a king or queen to entertain people by telling jokes, singing songs, etc.
3.
[u][c]
奶油果泥,蛋奶果泥(甜食)a cold light dessert (= a sweet dish) made from fruit that is cooked and crushed and mixed with cream or custard
rhubarb fool
奶油大黄泥
IDM
Quit playing the fool and get some work done!
别再装傻了,干点实事吧!
act/play the fool
装傻,扮丑相(以逗人笑,但往往惹人恼怒)to behave in a stupid way in order to make people laugh, especially in a way that may also annoy them
Quit playing the fool and get some work done!
别再装傻了,干点实事吧!
Any fool could tell she was lying.
任何人都可以看出她在撒谎。
any fool can/could…
(informal)
任何人都能;容易得很used to say that sth is very easy to do
Any fool could tell she was lying.
任何人都可以看出她在撒谎。
She's nobody's fool when it comes to dealing with difficult patients.
她对付难缠的病人很有办法。
be no/nobodys fool
精明机智;不易上当to be too intelligent or know too much about sth to be tricked by other people
She's nobody's fool when it comes to dealing with difficult patients.
她对付难缠的病人很有办法。
a fool and his money are soon parted
傻瓜口袋漏,有钱留不住;蠢人不积财a person who is not sensible usually spends money too quickly or carelessly, or is cheated by others
fools rush in (where angels fear to tread)
(智者却步处)愚者独敢闯people with little experience try to do the difficult or dangerous things which more experienced people would not consider doing
Can't you see she's making a fool of you?
难道你不明白她是在愚弄你?
make a fool of sb
愚弄某人to say or do sth deliberately so that people will think that sb is stupid
Can't you see she's making a fool of you?
难道你不明白她是在愚弄你?
I made a complete fool of myself in front of everyone!
我当众出了大丑了!
make a fool of yourself
出丑to do sth stupid which makes other people think that you are a fool
I made a complete fool of myself in front of everyone!
我当众出了大丑了!
‘He's not an easy person to live with.’ ‘More fool her for marrying him!’
“和他共同生活很难。”“她和他结婚真傻!”
more fool sb (for doing sth)
(informal)
蠢极了;犯傻used to say that you think that sb was stupid to do sth, especially when it causes them problems
‘He's not an easy person to live with.’ ‘More fool her for marrying him!’
“和他共同生活很难。”“她和他结婚真傻!”
(theres) no fool like an old fool
糊涂莫过老糊涂;老糊涂最糊涂an older person who behaves in a stupid way is worse than a younger person who does the same thing, because experience should have taught him or her not to do it
v.
1.
[t]
欺骗;愚弄to trick sb into believing sth that is not true
You don't fool me!
不要骗我!
She certainly had me fooled ─I really believed her!
她确实把我骗了,我真的相信了她的话!
You're fooling yourself if you think none of this will affect you.
你要是认为此事一点也不会影响你,那就是欺骗自己。
Don't be fooled into thinking they're going to change anything.
别上当受骗,以为他们打算作出任何改变。
2.
[i]
说蠢话,干傻事(常为逗乐)to say or do stupid or silly things, often in order to make people laugh
Stop fooling around and sit down!
别干傻事了,坐下来!
If you fool about with matches, you'll end up getting burned.
如果你玩火柴,最后可能烧到自己。
IDM
‘I'm trying as hard as I can!’ ‘You could have fooled me!’
“我要尽力而为!”“说得像真的似的!”
you could have fooled me
(informal)
(表示不相信别人的话)休想骗我,说得像真的一样used to say that you do not believe sth that sb has just told you
‘I'm trying as hard as I can!’ ‘You could have fooled me!’
“我要尽力而为!”“说得像真的似的!”
adj.
1.
[obn]
(informal)
傻的;愚蠢的showing a lack of intelligence or good judgement
That was a damn fool thing to do!
干那种事真蠢!

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