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fools


English - Vietnamese Dictionary
fool /fu:l/
  • danh từ
    • món hoa quả nấu (trộn với sữa kem...)
    • danh từ
      • người khờ dại, người ngu xuẩn, người xuẩn ngốc
      • người làm trò hề, anh hề
      • người bị lừa phỉnh
      • to be a fool for one's paims
        • nhọc mình mà chẳng nên công cán gì
      • to be a fool to...
        • không ra cái thớ gì khi đem so sánh với...
      • to be no (nobody's) fool
        • không phải là ngốc, không phải là ngu dại; khôn ngoan láu
      • fool's bolt is soon shot
        • sắp hết lý sự
      • to make a fool of oneself
        • xử sự như một thằng ngốc
      • to make a fool of somebody
        • đánh lừa ai
      • làm cho ai hoá thanh một thằng xuẩn ngốc
      • man is fool or physician at thirty
        • người khôn ngoan không cần bác sĩ
      • no fool like an old fool
        • già còn chơi trông bổi
      • to play the fool
        • làm trò hề
      • lầm to
      • làm trò vớ vẩn, làm trò ngố
      • tính từ
        • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục), (như) foolish
        • ngoại động từ
          • lừa gạt, lừa phỉnh, đánh lừa (ai)
            • to fool somebody into doing something: phỉnh ai làm việc gì
          • lừa (tiền)
          • (+ away) lãng phí (một cách ngu dại) (tiền, thời gian)
            • to fool time away: lãng phí thời gian (một cách ngu dại)
        • nội động từ, ((thường) + about, (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) + around)
          • làm những chuyện ngớ ngẩn ngu dại; vớ vẩn, lãng phí thời gian
          • làm trò hề, làm trò ngố
          • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) đùa cợt
        Concise Dictionary
        fools|fooled|foolingfuːl
        noun
        +a person who lacks good judgment
        +a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of
        +a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the middle ages
        verb
        +make a fool or dupe of
        +spend frivolously and unwisely
        +fool or hoax
        +indulge in horseplay

        Thesaurus Dictionary
        n.
        1 simpleton, ninny, ninny-hammer, nincompoop, ass, jackass, dunce, dolt, halfwit, numskull or numbskull, blockhead, bonehead, pinhead, silly, feather-brain, loon, goose, booby, jay, goon, mooncalf, idiot, ignoramus, dim-wit, nitwit, halfwit, imbecile, moron, clod, clodpole, clodpoll, clodpate, oaf, Psychology retardate, Scots gomerel, Colloq birdbrain, dumb-bell, fat-head, chump, twit, knuckle-head, chucklehead, nit, twerp or twirp, Brit pillock, US and Canadian jerk, retard; Slang sap, dope, Brit git, Australian boofhead:
        He's such a fool he'll believe anything.
        2 (court) jester, clown, comic, comedian or comedienne, entertainer, zany, buffoon, merry andrew, farceur, joker, jokester, droll, Punch, Punchinello, pierrot, harlequin:
        In Shakespeare's plays, the fool is often the wisest character.
        3 butt, dupe, gull, victim, cat's-paw, Colloq chump, greenhorn, (easy) mark, US fall guy; Slang pigeon, sucker, stooge, Brit mug:
        His co-workers liked to make a fool out of him.
        v.
        4 trick, deceive, take in, swindle, defraud, hoax, cheat, fleece, cozen, hoodwink, bluff, dupe, gull, humbug, delude, mislead, make a fool of; pull the wool over (someone's) eyes, have (someone) on, pull (someone's) leg, tease, twit, Archaic chouse; Colloq kid, con, snow, do a snow job on, bamboozle, put one or something over on, pull something or a fast one on, Brit twist, Chiefly US and Canadian josh; Slang pluck, Brit nobble:
        When he said the diamond was fake, he certainly fooled me. I think she was fooling when she said she'd inherited millions.
        5 joke, jest, banter, tease, twit, feign, fake, pretend, make believe, Colloq kid:
        She insists that she is not fooling but dead serious.
        6 fool with or around or about (with). play (around or about) (with), toy or trifle (with), mess or fiddle (around or about) (with), monkey (around or about) with, meddle (with), tamper with, fribble (with):
        Please stop fooling with the dials on the radio.
        7 fool around or about.
        (a) play or mess around or about, gambol, frolic, romp, cavort:
        Stop fooling around and get serious.
        (b) waste or fritter away or squander or kill time, fribble, loiter, dawdle, idle, Brit potter (about), lark or muck about or around, US putter around or about, Colloq footle:
        She's always fooling around instead of getting on with her work.


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