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hoodwinkverb [T]

 us   /ˈhʊdˌwɪŋk/
to ​deceive or ​trick someone: We were hoodwinked into ​believing that we had ​won a lot of ​money.
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hoodwinkverb [T]

uk   /ˈhʊd.wɪŋk/  us   /ˈhʊd.wɪŋk/
to ​deceive or ​trick someone: He hoodwinked us intoagreeing.
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Translations of “hoodwink”
in Spanish burlar, engañar, tomar el pelo…
in Vietnamese lừa dối, lừa bịp…
in Malaysian memperdayakan…
in Thai ตบตา…
in French tromper qqn…
in German täuschen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 欺骗,蒙骗…
in Indonesian menipu…
in Chinese (Traditional) 欺騙,矇騙…
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