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Translation of "pretend" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

pretend

verb [I]     /prɪˈtend/
to behave as if something is true when you know that it is not, especially in order to deceive people or as a game 假装,伪称;(游戏中)装扮 [+ (that)] He pretended (that) he didn't mind, but I knew that he did. 他假装不在乎,但我知道他很介意。 The children pretended (that) they were dinosaurs. 孩子们装扮成恐龙。 [+ to infinitive] Were you just pretending to be interested? 你只是在假装感兴趣吗? She's not really hurt - she's only pretending. 她并不是真的受了伤——她只是在装。 Of course I was angry - I can't pretend otherwise. 我当然生气了——怎么可能会是装的。 Faking and pretendingChildren's games not pretend to do sth formal to not claim something that is false 不想妄称… I don't pretend to be an expert on the subject. 我不想妄称自己是该学科的专家。 Assertions and asserting
(Definition of pretend from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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