- v.欺骗; 戏弄
- n.骗局; 戏弄; 恶作剧
- 复数: hoaxes;
- 第三人称单数: hoaxes;
- 过去式: hoaxed;
- 过去分词: hoaxed;
- 现在分词: hoaxing;
He denied making the hoax call but was convicted after a short trial.
Students specialize in a particular type of practical joke: the hoax.
学生们擅长于一种特殊形式的恶作剧 -- 设置骗局.
They hoax him out of his money.
Dr. Fassbender and Operation Looking Glass are certainly no hoax.
It was a hoax, as I was soon to learn.
He made a hoax call pretending to be the boss.
In the end, the hoax was all in good fun.
Heavier - than - air flying machines are impossible be a hoax.
Do not hoax macaques to prevent attack.
But sending the letters is a serious crime, even if they a hoax FBIa statement.
The Saudi authorities say's all a hoax and they've launched a police investigation.
Speculation is growing about whether Thursday's runaway balloon story in Colorado was a hoax.
1. something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage
1. subject to a playful hoax or joke