- n.愚人，傻瓜; 受骗者; 有癖好的人; 受愚弄的人;
- vt.愚弄，欺骗; 浪费，虚度; 闹笑话; 游手好闲;
- vi.开玩笑; 欺骗; 戏弄;
- adj.愚蠢的; 傻的;
- 复数: fools;
- 第三人称单数: fools;
- 过去式: fooled;
- 过去分词: fooled;
- 现在分词: fooling;
Don't be such a bloody fool.
Don't be such a fool!
You poor deluded fool!
Art dealers fool a lot of people.
Your brother is making a fool of you.
He'd been a fool to get involved with her!
"You fool," he said aloud.
Never fool around with the clients' wives.
She was a perfect fool.
You shouldn't fool around with dangerous chemicals.
I determine him to be a fool.
Pamela is nobody's fool ; she'll master her new job in a couple of days.
They put him down for a fool.
He is a thorough fool.
Don't set him down as a fool.
Better be a fool than a knave.
If you play the fool, and lose a good job on consequence , you can hardly expect much sympathy.
He certainly didn't seem to be a fool.
Don't fool away your time in public houses.
In all my born days I have never seen such a fool as you are.
The entertainer didn't fool us with his conjuring.
Better a witty fool man than a foolish wit.
If he plays fool, he'll get his gruel.
He's not such a fool as you assumed him to be.
Don't fool around during working hours.
If you try to help him, you will be a fool for your pains.
He was fool enough to agree.
Who but a fool like he would talk through his hat.
Don't play the fool.
You are such a fool!
Do good to othersOther golden rules counsel us to master ourselves, to avoid excess and not to be a prosperous ( ' , 发迹的 ) fool.
So don't let the headlines fool you into giving up.
But Everybody Does It" Most people who get in trouble do know the rules and facts but manage to fool themselves about the risks they're taking by using excuses: "Everyone else does it
We must be honest about our actions and avoid excuses, if we fool ourselves into believing we're not doing anything wrong, we can't see the real choice we're making - and that leads to bad decisions
What should one do if he doesn't wish to fool himself?
To avoid fooling yourself, watch out for excuses and try this test: Ask how you would feel if your actions were public and anyone could be watching over yourshoulder.
I'd be a fool to turn it down.
But of course there is also a kind of humorous satisfaction in seeing somebody self-important making a fool of themselves.
Why does the man say we laughed when we see some self-important people making fool of themselves
I let a salesclerk fool me into buying a discontinued model.
2015年高考英语全国卷2 阅读理解 阅读A 原文
So how can you come up with brilliant daydreams and avoid falling over tree roots or otherwise looking like a fool?
2015年高考英语北京卷 阅读理解 单项填空 原文
You can fool everyone else, but you cannot "fool the chickens," because in the end, you will find out, as the saying goes, "What goes around comes around."
2016年高考英语浙江卷（10月） 完形填空 原文收起真题例句
1. a person who lacks good judgment
2. a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of
3. a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the middle ages
1. make a fool or dupe of
2. spend frivolously and unwisely;
"Fritter away one's inheritance"
3. fool or hoax;
"The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone"
"You can't fool me!"
4. indulge in horseplay;
"Enough horsing around--let's get back to work!"
"The bored children were fooling about"
be no (或 nobody's) fool
be a shrewd or prudent person
a fool and his money are soon parted
(proverb)a foolish person spends money carelessly and will soon be penniless
fools rush in where angels fear to tread
(proverb)people without good sense or judgement will have no hesitation in tackling a situation that even the wisest would avoid
make a fool of
trick or deceive (someone) so that they look foolish
more fool ——
used as an exclamation indicating that a specified person is unwise to behave in such a way
if suckers will actually pay to do the work, more fool them.
play (或 act) the fool
behave in a playful or silly way
there's no fool like an old fool
(proverb)the foolish behaviour of an older person seems especially foolish as they are expected to think and act more sensibly than a younger one
you could have fooled me!
used to express cynicism or doubt about an assertion
‘Fun, was it? Well, you could have fooled me!’.
fool around 【非正式用语】
To engage in idle or casual activity; putter
was fooling around with some figures in hopes of balancing the budget.
To engage in frivolous activity; make fun.
To engage in casual, often promiscuous sexual acts.
To waste (time or money) foolishly; squander
fooled away the week's pay on Friday night.
play the fool 或 act the fool
To act in an irresponsible or foolish manner.
To behave in a playful or comical manner.
cheat, deceive, trick, fool