fool around/about phrasal verb, verb (NOT USEFUL) translate to Traditional Chinese
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fool around/about

(NOT USEFUL)
沒有用
phrasal verb with fool /fuːl/ verb
to spend your time doing nothing useful
虛度光陰,閒蕩
We spent the afternoon fooling around on the beach.
我們在海灘上閒蕩了一個下午。
Behaving in a silly way
Translations of “fool around/about”
in Korean 노닥거리다…
in Arabic يَتَصَرَّف بِحَماقة…
in Portuguese perder tempo, enrolar…
in Catalan fer el ximple…
in Japanese ふざける…
in Italian gingillarsi, perdere tempo…
in Russian дурачиться…
in Turkish oynamak, oyalanmak, kendini oyalamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 没有用, 虚度光阴,闲荡…
in Polish wygłupiać się…
(Definition of fool around/about phrasal verb, verb (NOT USEFUL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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