- n. 诡计；花招；把戏；诀窍
- vt. 欺骗；戏弄
- adj. 有诡计的；有阴谋的
- [C]戏法,把戏 skilful act performed for entertainment, especially one involving illusion
- [C]诡计,花招,骗术 thing done in order to deceive or outwit sb
- [S]诀窍,技巧 exact or best way of doing sth; particular technique
- vt. 哄骗; 欺骗 deceive; swindle; cheat; defraud
- vt. 打扮 decorate
a cunning or deceitful action or device;
"he played a trick on me"
"he pulled a fast one and got away with it"
a period of work or duty
an attempt to get you to do something foolish or imprudent;
"that offer was a dirty trick"
a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement
an illusory feat; considered magical by naive observers
a prostitute's customer
(card games) in a single round, the sequence of cards played by all the players; the high card is the winner
"We tricked the teacher into thinking that class would be cancelled next week"
- Her tears were just a trick to deceive others.
- You can't fool me with that old trick!
- If you watch carefully,you'll see how the trick is done.
- The trick is to hold your breath while you aim.
- Her partner tried to trick her out of her share.
- There are rumors about that you are trying to trick me.
- This man is quite trick and undependable.
- The magician performed his tricks with professional skill.
- Watch my motions carefully and you will see how the trick is performed.
- He did a marvelous trick.
- What tricks has she been up to?
- Were you really taken in by an old trick like that?
- That was a rotten trick.
- He grew suspicious of that trick.
- Peter is at his usual tricks again, chatting up the girls.
- Don't be fooled by any of her cunning tricks.
- By a cunning trick he became the queen's confidant.
- I was hurt by his dirty trick.
- A scorner is capable of the basest tricks.
- It's no use trying on that old trick with me!
- Many a person has been taken in by that trick.
- Small children will resort to all kinds of tricks to get their elders to take notice of them.
- The children played a silly trick on my visitor, but luckily he took it in good part and wasn't annoyed.
- The trick lies in the way you hit the ball.
- The trick is to hold your breath while you aim.
- I can't open the box—is there a trick to it?
- I've never learnt the trick of making friends easily.
- How many tricks did we lose?
- He has an annoying trick of saying “you know?” after every sentence.
- My car has developed a trick of stalling on steep hills.
- He did not believe you had the courage to trick him.
- He cleverly tricked his captors.
- She found that she had been tricked by the stranger.
- be up to one's old tricks
施展让别人不悦的惯技 be acting in a characteristic way that sb disapproves of
- not〔never〕 miss a trick
非常机警或警觉 be very aware or alert
- trick into (v.+prep.)
诱骗(…)使之采取… persuade (sb) into (action or doing sth) by deceit
trick sb into sth/v-ing
A clever lawyer should be able to trick the prisoner into an admission of guilt.
He tricked her into marrying him by pretending that he was rich.
The police tricked him into making a confession.
We were tricked into buying a poor car.
He was tricked into revealing the place where he had hidden the money.
- trick out (v.+adv.)
打扮,装饰 decorate; ornament
trick oneself ⇔ out
She tricked herself out for the party.
She was tricked out in gaudy dress.
- trick out of (v.+adv.+prep.)
骗取(某人)的(某物) deceive sb's sth
trick sb out of sth
They tricked her out of office.
The clever salesman was able to trick the old lady out of her money.
- do a trick 变戏法
- get up to tricks 一味玩花招
- have a trick of 有…的习惯
- perform a trick 变戏法
- play a trick on sb 拿某人开玩笑,捉弄某人
- see through sb's trick 看穿某人的诡计
- lose a trick 输一墩牌
- take a trick 赢一墩牌
- win a trick 赢一墩牌
- trick amusingly 有趣地打扮
- trick deftly 熟练地打扮
- trick ingeniously 灵巧地打扮
- trick mathematically 精确地打扮
- trick perfidiously 不忠实地欺骗
- trick politically 政治欺骗
- trick practically 实用地打扮
- trick ridiculously 荒唐地欺骗
- trick singularly 奇特地打扮
- trick unscrupulously 不择手段地欺骗
- trick out〔up〕 打扮,装饰
She also looked frightened...Just a trick to get her own way.出自： J. T. Story
Using baffling technical jargon is..an old sales trick.出自：Company
Minarets..tricked out with fairy-lights.出自： J. Raban
It's a..provincial town tricked out like a big city.出自：Far Eastern Economic Review
- trick的基本意思是“戏法”“花样”,引申用于贬义可指“不道德的手段,诡计,花招,骗术”; 也可用于中性或褒义表示“诀窍,技巧”。
- trick, artifice, device, scheme
- 1.artifice可以指道德的,也可以指不道德的“手段”; 而其他三个词则多指不道德的“手段”。
- 2.artifice可指用来取胜的“谋略”,有巧妙的手段之含义; device多指为特定的目的而周密地想出来的策略、诡计等; trick指玩花招愚弄别人; scheme常指阴谋诡计、巧计或图谋私利的种种不切实际的幻想或打算。例如:
- She will use any artifice to get her own way.她会想尽办法独行其是。
- They saw through the artifice.他们看穿了这个鬼把戏。
- By some device or other he amassed a huge fortune.他利用种种手段积累了一大笔财富。
- The enemy's scheme went bankrupt.敌人的阴谋破产了。
- Their scheme to cheat the government failed.他们欺骗政府的阴谋破产了。
- trick, cheat, deceive, delude, fool
- 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。
- 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。
- ☆ 1412年左右进入英语，直接源自古法国北方语的trique，意为把戏，诡计，不忠的trikier，意为欺骗。