Translation of "con" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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converb [ T ]

uk /kɒn/ us /kɑːn/ -nn- informal

to make someone believe something false, usually so that that person will give you their money or possessions

騙,詐騙,哄騙(通常指錢財)
She felt she had been conned into buying the car. 她覺得自己上當受騙買下了這輛車。
Thieves conned him out of his life savings. 小偷騙走了他一輩子的積蓄。
He managed to con £20 out of them (= get that amount from them by deceiving them). 他從他們那裡騙得20英鎊。

connoun

uk /kɒn/ us /kɑːn/

con noun (TRICK)

[ C ] informal a trick to get someone's money or make someone do what you want

騙局;圈套;花招
It's a con - you get half the food for twice the price! 這是個圈套——你花兩倍的錢才買到一半的食物!
a con trick 騙局

con noun (DISADVANTAGE)

[ C usually plural ] informal a disadvantage or a reason for not doing something

不利條件;弊病
One of the cons of buying a bigger car is that it costs more to run. 買輛大一點的汽車的缺點是跑起來更費油。
You have to weigh up all the pros and cons of the matter before you make a decision. 作決定之前,你要權衡問題的利弊。

con noun (PRISONER)

[ C ] slang a convict noun

有罪

con-prefix

uk /kɒn-/ us /kɑːn-/

together; with

一起,共同
conspiracy 共謀
consortium 財團

Con.adjective

UK

written abbreviation for Conservative

保守黨

(Translation of “con” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)