fool

  核心词汇  
[fuːl]     [fuːl]    
  • n. 傻瓜;小丑;奶油果蓉
  • v. 愚弄;欺骗;开玩笑;干蠢事;玩弄;鬼混
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fool的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n. (名词)
  1. 弄臣
  2. 小丑
  3. 白痴,傻瓜,蠢人,笨人,傻子
  4. 糖水水果拌奶油,蛋奶果泥(甜食),奶油果泥(甜食)
  5. 受愚弄的人
  6. 有癖好的人
v. (动词)
  1. 欺骗,诈骗
  2. 演滑稽角色
  3. 鬼混,无所事事,游手好闲
  4. <口>愚弄,玩弄,戏弄,瞎弄,耍弄,捉弄,耍戏
  5. 说笑话,戏谑,开玩笑
  6. 干傻事,说蠢话(常为逗乐)
  7. 浪费,虚度光阴
  8. 乱搞男女关系
  9. 做滑稽动作
adj. (形容词)
  1. 愚蠢的,傻的,笨的
  2. 可笑的

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C]愚人,傻瓜 a person who is lacking in judgement or good sense
v. (动词)
  1. vt. & vi. 愚弄,耍弄 make think sth that is not true
  2. vt. & vi. 欺骗 cheat
  3. vi. 开玩笑 speak without serious intention; joke

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a person who lacks good judgment

  2. a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of

  3. a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the Middle Ages

Verb:
  1. make a fool or dupe of

  2. spend frivolously and unwisely;

    "Fritter away one's inheritance"

  3. fool or hoax;

    "The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone"
    "You can't fool me!"

  4. indulge in horseplay;

    "Enough horsing around--let's get back to work!"
    "The bored children were fooling about"

fool的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. What a fool I was to believe he is a good man.
    我竟然相信他是个好人,我真是个傻瓜。
  2. I am a fool to have refused the job.
    我真傻,拒绝了那项工作。
  3. He played the fool to entertain the king in that opera.
    在那部歌剧中他扮演小丑来逗国王开心。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. He is trying to fool you,don't listen to him.
    他想愚弄你,别听他的。
  2. Do not let him fool you with nonsense like that.
    别让他用那种胡说八道来愚弄你。
  3. He has fooled a lot of people into believing he is a rich man.
    他骗了许多人,让人相信他是个富翁。
  4. She fooled the old man out of all his money.
    她骗走了老人所有的钱。
  5. I was only fooling when I said I'd lost your keys.
    我说把你的钥匙丢了,只是逗你玩的。
  6. Don't be angry. We are just fooling.
    别生气,我们只是闹著玩的。
  7. Stop fooling about with that knife or someone will get hurt.
    不要摆弄那把刀,会伤人的。
  8. Stop fooling with her affections.
    不要再玩弄她的感情了。
  9. That silly child never does anything; he just fools about all day long.
    那个傻孩子从来不做事,只是整天游手好闲。
  10. I was meant to be working on Sunday, but I just fooled around all day.
    星期日我本应工作的,但却闲混了一整天。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. A fool may give a wise man counsel.
    愚者千虑,必有一得。
  2. The fool steered the boat into the harbour wall and broke the beams!
    那傻瓜驾船撞在了港湾壁上,把船梁撞断了。
  3. Don't be such a fool!
    别傻了!
  4. I wished Mummy wouldn't gush over Peter's little success at school; it makes him feel a fool in front of his friends.
    我真希望妈妈不要在学校大谈特谈彼得小小的成功,这使他在朋友面前感到自己是个傻瓜。
  5. The manager is intolerant of fools.
    那位经理不能容忍没头脑的人。
  6. He is a chess-playing fool.
    他是一个棋迷。
  7. She is a fool for candy.
    她特别爱吃糖。
  8. Some fool had left lawn-mower on the garden path, and in the dark I fell over it.
    不知哪个傻瓜把割草机停在花园小径上,在黑暗中我绊倒了。
  9. What fool has put that wet paintbrush on my chair?
    哪个傻瓜把未干的画笔放在我的椅子上了?
  10. The fool son of mine has smashed up his new car.
    我那傻儿子把那辆新车撞坏了。
用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. He was only fooling.
    他只是在开玩笑。
  2. You know we were just fooling, that's all.
    你知道我们只是开开玩笑罢了,没有别的意思。
  3. John was always fooling during lessons.
    约翰总是在课堂上干傻事。
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. You're fooling me!
    你在欺骗我!
  2. What's the use of trying to fool me that way.
    你企图如此欺骗我,这有什么用!
  3. This isn't gold; it's brass—you can't fool me.
    这不是金,是铜——你骗不了我。
  4. You can't fool me,I don't believe you.
    你欺骗不了我,我不相信你。
  5. You can't fool her; she's much too clever for that.
    你骗不了她,她聪明得很,不会上当。
  6. He can't fool her; she sees through him every time.
    他骗不了她,每次都被她看穿了。
  7. You can't fool me any longer.
    你再也不能欺骗我了。
  8. Her disguise didn't fool anyone.
    她的伪装骗不了任何人。
  9. Some old duck fooled them all!
    有些老家伙愚弄了他们所有的人。
  10. Every time I try to fool him, he looks through my tricks.
    我每次企图愚弄他都被他识破了。
  11. He enjoyed matching his wits against hers, allowing her to think that she was fooling him, and turning the tables on him eventually.
    他喜欢和她斗智,先让她觉得她在愚弄他,最后使情况对他有利。
  12. That old man is fooling himself.
    那老头在自欺欺人。
  13. They fool me to the top of my bent.
    他们愚弄我到使我忍无可忍的地步。
  14. You certainly fooled the public in a masterly fashion.
    你的确是用老练的手法把大家愚弄了一通。
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  16. He felt that he had been deliberately fooled by that man.
    他当时觉得那个人故意捉弄了他。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
act the fool
    装疯卖傻; 瞎胡闹 play the fool
fool enough
    傻得竟会… sb be so foolish that he or she has done sth
    fool enough to-v

    John was fool enough to admit something he had not done.

    约翰真傻,居然会承认自己没干的事。

    I was fool enough to do that.

    我竟傻到去做那件事。

fool for one's pains
    徒劳无功 sb whose help is rewarded by ingratitude
fool that〔as〕 I am〔was〕
    我真笨,我真傻 I was so foolish
fool's errand
    徒劳无益的差事 pointless task
fool's paradise
    虚幻的幸福 illusory happiness
fools rush in
    傻瓜总是胆大妄为 people taking action without thinking through the consequences
make a fool of
    愚弄,欺骗 make sb look foolish
more fool you
    你真傻 you behave foolishly
nobody's fool
    谁也骗不了谁 sb who does not lack common sense
not suffer fools gladly
    不能耐着性子与蠢人相处,对傻里傻气的人无耐心 be intolerant with people who lack common sense
play for a fool
    把…当成傻瓜 treat sb as if he or she were stupid
    play sb for a fool

    Stop this nonsense! Do you think you can play me for a fool?

    别胡说了!你以为我是傻瓜吗?

play the fool
    逗人笑 behave in a foolish manner
play the fool with
    损坏,糟蹋 ruin; destroy
用作动词 (v.)
fool about〔around〕 (v.+adv.)
    胡闹; 无所事事 behave in a playful, childish and silly way
    fool about〔around〕

    Stop fooling about.

    不要再虚度光阴了。

    You'll never amount to anything if you don't stop fooling around.

    如果你继续胡混,你什么也做不成。

    He fooled about all afternoon on the golf course.

    他在高尔夫球场混了一个下午。

    They fooled around too much with minor details.

    他们在次要的细节上浪费了太多的时间。

    Stop fooling about and do something useful.

    别再虚度光阴了,做些有益的事。

    The teacher told the students not to fool about , but to get down to work.

    老师嘱咐学生们不要虚度光阴,要认真学习。

    She regretted fooling around all through college.

    她后悔虚度了大学的好时光。

    If you go to college, you must work, not fool around.

    要是你上大学,就得好好学习,不能虚度光阴。

    He spends so much time fooling around that he never accomplishes anything.

    他终日无所事事,因而一事无成。

    The boys fooled around all afternoon in the park.

    男孩子们整个下午在公园里无所事事。

    He never does any work, he just fools about all along.

    他什么事也不干,成天游荡。

    Where have you been fooling around?

    你到哪儿游荡去了?

    I have never seen him fooling about on street corners.

    我从未见他在街头闲逛过的。

    The boy fell and broke his leg.That taught him but good not to fool around.

    那男孩跌断了腿,那可是个教训,可使他不敢再胡闹。

fool around with (v.+adv.+prep.)
    〈口〉与…鬼混; 搞不正当的男女关系 have an unwise sexual relationship with (sb)
    fool around with sth

    Don't fool around with the knife, you may cut yourself.

    不要玩弄刀,会划破皮的。

    You shouldn't fool around with dangerous chemicals.

    你不应该玩弄危险的化学品。

    Don't fool around with fire.

    不要玩火。

    Children should not be allowed to fool around with matches.

    不要让孩子们玩火柴。

    fool around with sb

    Marshall stopped fooling around with other girls when he met Jessica.

    自从遇见杰西卡,马歇尔就不再与其他女孩胡来了。

    Don't fool around with another man's wife.

    不要与有夫之妇鬼混。

    He's always fooling around with other men's wives.

    他总是同有夫之妇乱搞。

fool away (v.+adv.)
    浪费 waste (money, time, etc.)
    fool sth ⇔ away

    I have fooled away all my money.

    我把钱都滥花光了。

    Jack fooled away his week's allowance in two days.

    杰克在两天内就把他一个星期的津贴挥霍掉了。

    He fools away so much time on his stamp collection that he never gets anything done.

    他把时间都白白地浪费在集邮上了,所以什么事情也没做成。

    Don't fool away your time in public houses.

    不要把你的时间浪费在酒吧里。

    Don't fool away your time, there's a lot of work to be done.

    别浪费时间啦,要做的事情多着呢。

    He kept learning English while his brother was fooling away his time.

    他坚持学习英语,他弟弟却在浪费时间。

fool into (v.+prep.)
    骗(某人)做… cheat (sb) to do (sth)
    fool sb into sth/v-ing

    You are not going to fool me into such a deed.

    你不要哄骗我去干那种事。

    He fooled me into doing the job.

    他骗我去做那项工作。

    He fooled a boy into doing a dangerous thing.

    他骗一个男孩做一桩危险的事。

    The girl fooled him into believing her.

    那女孩哄骗他信她的话。

    He's fooled a lot of people into believing he's a rich man.

    他骗得许多人相信他是个富人。

    I was fooled into thinking that she loved me.

    我上当受骗,以为她爱我。

    Do not be fooled into thinking that he is an honest man.

    别受他蒙骗而以为他是个老实人。

fool out of( v.+adv.+prep. )
    骗取 cheat (one's property)
    fool sb out of sth

    She fooled the old man out of all his money.

    她诈骗老人的全部钱财。

    He fooled the boy out of his money.

    他骗走了那个男孩的钱。

    The beautiful young lady fooled the rich young man out of all his property.

    那年轻貌美的女郎骗取了那阔少爷的全部财产。

fool with( v.+prep. )
    〈非正〉摆弄; 玩弄 not to treat sth seriously
    fool with sb/sth

    You shouldn't fool with a dog when he is eating.

    你不应该在狗吃食的时候作弄它。

    If you go on fooling with that knife, there'll be an accident.

    如果你继续玩那把刀,就会发生意外。

    Don't fool with that gun.It's dangerous.

    别玩枪,那很危险。

    It's cruel to fool with other's emotions.

    玩弄别人的感情是残酷的。

    Guns are not to be fooled with.

    枪是不能瞎摆弄的。

    fool sb with sth

    She cannot fool me with her crocodile's tears.

    我不会被她的假慈悲欺骗。

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ 介词+~
用作动词 (v.)
~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • Fooles by lucky Throwing, oft win the Game.

    出自: T. Dekker
  • When first I met you..I thought you a fool To-day you have grown into an unmitigated ass.

    出自: Quiller
  • A fool and his money are soon parted. A fool at forty is a fool indeed. A fool may give a wise man counsel. There's no fool like an old fool. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.

    出自:Proverbs
  • My heart is too much in earnest to be fooled with.

    出自: W. Wycherley
  • You and I..go fooling about with him, and get rusticated.

    出自: Thomas Hughes

fool的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. fool用作名词意思是“蠢人,呆子,傻瓜; 白痴; 莽汉”,是可数名词。
  2. fool在俚语中也可作“有某种特长或癖好的人”解。
  3. 在美式英语中fool可用于其他名词前作定语,是非正式用法。
v. (动词)
  1. fool用作名词的意思是“愚人”,转化为动词则指把对方当作弱者或愚者进行“欺骗”或“玩弄”,用作不及物动词时也可指(自己)“干蠢事”。
  2. fool用作及物动词时接名词或代词作宾语。
  3. fool的宾语常指人。宾语后接介词into表示“骗某人做某事”; 宾语后接复合介词out of表示“骗取某人的财物等”; 接副词away则表示“浪费(时间、金钱)”等。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
act the fool, act like a fool
  • 这两个短语的意思基本相同,只是前者强调主观上是有意识的装傻,后者意为举止行为客观上看来如同傻子一般。例如:
  • Stop acting the fool; it annoys me.
  • 别装傻,我讨厌。
  • Don't act like a fool.
  • 别像傻子似的。
  • 下面三句的意思相同:
  • He is nobody's fool.
  • He is no fool.
  • He is prudent.
  • 他很精明。
  • 下面两个句子意思不同:
  • He is not a fool.
  • 他不是傻瓜。
  • He is no fool.
  • 他绝不傻。
  • v. (动词)
    fool, cheat, deceive, delude, trick
  • 这组词都有“欺骗”的意思。其区别是:
  • 1.在手段上, cheat是造假、作弊、做假动作; deceive是歪曲事实,隐瞒真相,耍两面派; delude则是指用虚伪的意见或信念欺骗。
  • 2.在目的上, cheat指的是骗财、骗物、骗色,即为了谋取私利或占便宜而采取不诚实的手段进行欺骗; deceive是使人产生错误印象; delude则是使人产生错误的想法。
  • 3.cheat还可以作不及物动词,指在考试、买卖、竞赛中的欺骗行为,而deceive却只能作及物动词。
  • 4.deceive用于被动语态的句子中或当deceive后面用反身代词时,常常强调“弄错了”的结果,不一定是有意识的欺骗; cheat则没有此用法。
  • 5.fool着重强调“愚弄”,往往指把对方当作弱者或愚者而“玩弄,哄骗”。
  • 6.trick作“哄骗”解时,多指用计谋使人相信某一不真实之事或去做傻事,多非出于恶意。
  • 常见错误

    n. (名词)
      这些男孩子捉弄那个老人,真是太残忍了。

      It is very cruel of these boys to make a fool at that old man.

      It is very cruel of these boys to make a fool of that old man.

      玛丽的同学们骗她说晚会将是一个化装舞会。

      Mary's classmates made a fool her by telling her the party was to be a masquerade.

      Mary's classmates made a fool of her by telling her the party was to be a masquerade.

      “捉弄”“欺骗”“愚弄”英语可说make a fool of,其中的of不能用at代替。

      他被一个上门推销的人骗了。

      He was made a fool by some door-to-door salesman.

      He was made a fool of by some door-to-door salesman.

      我被告知受骗了。

      I was told that I was being made a fool.

      I was told that I was being made a fool of.

      我们都被那个调皮的孩子骗了。

      We were all made fools by the mischievous child.

      We were all made fools of by the mischievous child.

      make a fool of从主动结构变为被动结构时,介词of不能省略。

      皇帝真够傻的,竟然相信那两个骗子。

      The emperor was a fool enough to believe the two cheats.

      The emperor was fool enough to believe the two cheats.

      当名词用作表示程度的表语时,相当于foolish,其前不用冠词a。

    词源解说

    • ☆ 13世纪进入英语,直接源自古法语的fol,意为蠢人,疯子。
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