简明英汉词典

deceive
[di5si:v]
v.
欺骗, 行骗

美国传统词典[双解]

deceive
de.ceive
AHD:[d1-s?v“]
D.J.[di6si8v]
K.K.[d!6siv]
v.(动词)
de.ceivedde.ceiv.ingde.ceives
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To cause to believe what is not true; mislead.
使…相信某事不是真的;误导

(2)

Archaic To catch by guile; ensnare.
【古语】 诱捕;使入陷阱
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To practice deceit.
行骗

语源

(1)

Middle English deceiven
中古英语 deceiven

(2)

from Old French deceveir
源自 古法语 deceveir

(3)

from Vulgar Latin *d??re}
源自 俗拉丁语 *d??re}

(4)

from Latin d?e [to ensnare, deceive]
源自 拉丁语 d?e [诱入圈套,陷害]

(5)

d?- [de-]
d?- [脱离]

(6)

capere [to seize] * see kap-
capere [抓住] *参见 kap-

继承用法

deceivable
adj.(形容词)

deceiver
n.(名词)

deceivingly
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

deceivebetraymisleadbeguiledeludedupehoodwinkbamboozledouble-cross

(2)

These verbs mean to lead another into error, danger, or a disadvantageous position, for the most part by underhand means.
这动词是通过狡诈的手段把他人导入错误、危险或不利的位置的意思。

(3)

Deceive involves the deliberate concealment or the misrepresentation of the truth:
Deceive 是有意隐瞒或歪曲真相的意思:
“There is a moment of difficulty and danger at which flattery and falsehood can no longer deceive” (Letters of Junius).
“在艰难和危险的时刻,奉承和欺骗不再能蒙蔽人” (朱尼厄斯的信)。

(4)

Betray implies faithlessness or treachery:
Betray 含有不忠或背叛的意思:
“When you betray somebody else, you also betray yourself” (Isaac Bashevis Singer).
“你背叛别人的时候,你也背叛了你自己” (伊萨艾克·巴谢维丝·辛格)。

(5)

Mislead means to lead in the wrong direction or into error of thought or action:
Mislead 意为引入错误的方向或引向错误的思维、行动:
“My manhood, long misled by wandering fires,/Followed false lights” (John Dryden).
“游移的火焰长久地误导,我的成年时期跟随着虚妄的光” (约翰·德莱顿)。

(6)

Beguile suggests deceiving or misleading by means of pleasant or alluring methods:
Beguile 含有通过友好的方法引诱、欺骗的意思:
They beguiled unwary investors with tales of overnight fortunes. To
他们以一夜之间可以发大财的承诺,诱骗了掉以轻心的投资者。

(7)

delude is to mislead to the point where a person is unable to tell truth from falsehood or to form sound judgments:
Delude 指欺骗到一个程度,致使受骗人无法分辨真伪,或做出可靠的判断:
The government deluded the public about the dangers of low-level radiation.
政府欺骗公众,关于低强度辐射的危险性。

(8)

Dupe means to delude by playing upon another's susceptibilities or naiveté:
Dupe 意为利用他人的易动感情或幼稚进行欺骗:
Gullible shoppers are easily duped by unscrupulous advertisers.
不坚定的消费者很容易被不道德的广告商蒙骗。

(9)

Hoodwink refers to deluding by trickery:
Hoodwink 指通过诡计进行欺骗:
It is difficult to hoodwink a smart lawyer.
很难欺骗一个聪明的律师。

(10)

Bamboozle less formally means to delude by the use of such tactics as hoaxing, befuddling, or artful persuasion:
Bamboozle 指通过戏弄的,令人迷惑的,或狡猾的劝服进行欺骗,较少用于正式场合:
“Perhaps if I wanted to be understood or to understand I would bamboozle myself into belief, but I am a reporter” (Graham Greene).
“也许如果被理解或理解,我可以哄骗自己相信,可我是个记者” (格拉姆·格林)。

(11)

Double-cross implies the betrayal of a confidence or the willful breaking of a pledge:
Double-cross 含有背叛他人的信任或故意不履行誓言的意思:
New members of the party felt they had been double-crossed by the old guard.
党内的新成员觉得他们被那个资深党员骗了。

现代英汉词典

deceive
[dI5si:v]
vt.
deceived, deceiving
诈骗;欺骗
He deceived her into thinking he could drive a car.
他骗她,使她相信他会开汽车。

现代英汉综合大辞典

deceive
[di5si:v]
vt.

(1)

欺诈[骗], 蒙蔽

(2)

使弄错, 使失望
deceive sb. with fair words
用花言巧语欺骗某人
He has deliberately deceived us.
他有意地欺骗我们。

词性变化

deceive
[di5si:v]
vi.
欺诈, 欺骗

继承用法

deceivability
n.

词性变化

deceivable
[dI`si:vEbl]
adj.
易受骗的, 可欺诈的

deceivably
adv.

deceiver
[dI`si:vE(r)]
n.
欺骗者

习惯用语

be deceived in sb.
看错了某人, 对某人感到失望

deceive oneself
骗自己; 误解, 想错

deceive sb. into doing sth .
骗某人做某事

He that once deceives is ever suspected.
[谚]骗人一次, 受疑一世。

英文相关词典

deceive
beguile    betray    dupe    hoax    lie    mislead    trick    undeceive    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

deceive
行骗;欺诈

美国传统词典

deceive
de.ceive
AHD:[d1-s?v“]
D.J.[di6si8v]
K.K.[d!6siv]
v.
de.ceived, de.ceiv.ing, de.ceives
v.tr.

(1)

To cause to believe what is not true; mislead.

(2)

Archaic To catch by guile; ensnare.
v.intr.
To practice deceit.

语源

(1)

Middle English deceiven

(2)

from Old French deceveir

(3)

from Vulgar Latin *d??re}

(4)

from Latin d?e [to ensnare, deceive]

(5)

d?- [de-]

(6)

capere [to seize] * see kap-

继承用法

deceivable
adj.

deceiver
n.

deceivingly
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

deceive, betray, mislead, beguile, delude, dupe, hoodwink, bamboozle, double-cross

(2)

These verbs mean to lead another into error, danger, or a disadvantageous position, for the most part by underhand means.

(3)

Deceive involves the deliberate concealment or the misrepresentation of the truth:
“There is a moment of difficulty and danger at which flattery and falsehood can no longer deceive” (Letters of Junius).

(4)

Betray implies faithlessness or treachery:
“When you betray somebody else, you also betray yourself” (Isaac Bashevis Singer).

(5)

Mislead means to lead in the wrong direction or into error of thought or action:
“My manhood, long misled by wandering fires,/Followed false lights” (John Dryden).

(6)

Beguile suggests deceiving or misleading by means of pleasant or alluring methods:
They beguiled unwary investors with tales of overnight fortunes. To

(7)

delude is to mislead to the point where a person is unable to tell truth from falsehood or to form sound judgments:
The government deluded the public about the dangers of low-level radiation.

(8)

Dupe means to delude by playing upon another's susceptibilities or naiveté:
Gullible shoppers are easily duped by unscrupulous advertisers.

(9)

Hoodwink refers to deluding by trickery:
It is difficult to hoodwink a smart lawyer.

(10)

Bamboozle less formally means to delude by the use of such tactics as hoaxing, befuddling, or artful persuasion:
“Perhaps if I wanted to be understood or to understand I would bamboozle myself into belief, but I am a reporter” (Graham Greene).

(11)

Double-cross implies the betrayal of a confidence or the willful breaking of a pledge:
New members of the party felt they had been double-crossed by the old guard.

英汉法学大词典

deceive
v.欺骗 ,欺诈,行骗,蒙骗

英汉化学大词典

deceive
vt.欺骗,蒙蔽,伪装

英汉海运大词典

deceive
欺骗,欺诈,行骗

英汉计算机大词典

deceive
vt.欺骗(蒙蔽,伪装

英汉心理学大词典

deceive
欺骗

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