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Turkish translation of “fool”

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fool

verb
 
 
/fuːl/
B2 [T] to trick someone
kandırmak, aldatmak
Don't be fooled by his appearance. [+ into + doing sth] He fooled the old man into giving him the money.Cheating and trickingPlotting and trapping
you could have fooled me informal something that you say when you do not believe what someone says about something that you saw or experienced yourself
beni kandırdın, öyle olduğuna inanmıştım
"I wasn't cross." "Really? You could have fooled me."Not believing
(Definition of fool verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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