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deceive

verb [T]
 
 
/dɪˈsiːv/
to persuade someone that something false is the truth; to keep the truth hidden from someone for your own advantage; to trick
欺騙,矇騙;隱瞞
The company deceived customers by selling old computers as new ones.
該公司用舊電腦冒充新機器欺騙顧客。
The sound of the door closing deceived me into thinking they had gone out.
關門聲讓我以為他們己經出門了。
Cheating and trickingPlotting and trapping
deceive yourself to refuse to accept the truth
自欺欺人,欺騙自己
She thinks he'll come back, but she's deceiving herself.
她認為他會回來,實際上她是在自欺欺人。
Refusing and rejecting
deceiver
 
 
/dɪˈsiː.vər/ US  /-vɚ/ noun [C]
someone who deceives people
騙子
Dishonest peopleLies, lying and hypocrisyCheating and tricking
Translations of “deceive”
in Korean 속이다…
in Arabic يَخْدَع…
in French tromper…
in Italian ingannare, illudere…
in Russian обманывать…
in Turkish aldatmak, düzen kurmak, hile yapmak…
in Polish oszukiwać…
in Spanish engañar, defraudar, mentir…
in Portuguese enganar, iludir…
in German täuschen…
in Catalan enganyar…
in Japanese (人)をだます…
in Chinese (Simplified) 欺骗,蒙骗, 隐瞒…
(Definition of deceive from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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