- v.指挥操舵( conn的过去式和过去分词 );
He claimed that the businessman had conned him of £10,000.
White conned his way into a job as a ware-houseman with Dutch airline, KLM.
He was so plausible that he conned everybody.
They've conned me out of all my money.
The man conned me and I fell for it.
All the way in, Long John stood by the steersman and conned the ship.
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I conned their insurance company into sharing the claim file.
Knows when you're being conned knows how to con.
The clever salesman conned my brother out of all his money.
A : What's the matter? You got conned for anything I care.
To be honest, after being conned I was quite disappointed.
By his elbow a delicate Siamese conned a handbook of strategy.
She was conned out of all her money.
He conned her out of her savings.
I was conned into buying a useless car.