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Let him play the fool and he shines. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The president looked a fool from that day on. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Go get some other fool to do that one. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This league regularly makes fools of us all. The Sun (2016)An inability to suffer fools gladly or desist from partisan argument left him vulnerable. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The idea that you can engagingly explain anything mathematical of worth in one gallery in a family museum is fooling people about the difficulty of the subject. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Looking back, during my thirties I became adept at fooling myself that appearance was not especially important. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You look such a fool when you take it out of your pocket. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And we will not get fooled again. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It gave you pleasure to make fools of them. The Sun (2006)Yet one more way you fool people. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The ladders were disguised as bookshelves to fool the guards. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Only a fool could call these men losers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He is devastatingly bright and does not suffer fools gladly. Times, Sunday Times (2013)What sort of fools do you think we are? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Bogarde was notoriously difficult to photograph and had a reputation for not suffering fools gladly. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It is used to mean a mere fool without any indication of what its original meaning is. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But those who oppose immigration should not be played for fools. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We are scared to look like a fool. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But sport can always make a fool of people. Times, Sunday Times (2009)


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Inglés británico: fool /fuːl/ NOUN
If you call someone a fool, you are indicating that you think they are not sensible and show a lack of good judgement.
`You fool!' she shouted.
  • Inglés americano: fool
  • Árabe: مُغَفَّل
  • Portugués brasileño: bobo
  • Chino: 傻瓜
  • Croata: budala
  • Checo: hlupák
  • Danés: tåbe
  • Holandés: dwaas
  • Español europeo: tonto idiota
  • Finlandés: typerys
  • Francés: idiot
  • Alemán: Narr
  • Griego: κορόιδο
  • Italiano: buffone
  • Japonés: ばか者
  • Coreano: 바보
  • Noruego: dust
  • Polaco: głupiec
  • Portugués: pateta
  • Rumano: prost
  • Ruso: дурак
  • Español: tonto
  • Sueco: dumbom
  • Tailandés: คนโง่
  • Turco: ahmak
  • Ucraniano: дурень
  • Vietnamita: đồ ngốc
Inglés británico: fool /fuːl/ VERB
If someone fools you, they deceive or trick you.
They tried to fool you into coming after us.
  • Inglés americano: fool
  • Árabe: يُضَلِّلُ
  • Portugués brasileño: enganar
  • Chino: 愚弄
  • Croata: zavarati
  • Checo: napálit
  • Danés: narre
  • Holandés: voor de gek houden
  • Español europeo: engañar
  • Finlandés: huijata
  • Francés: tromper
  • Alemán: täuschen
  • Griego: κοροϊδεύω
  • Italiano: ingannare
  • Japonés: だます
  • Coreano: 속이다
  • Noruego: lure
  • Polaco: wygłupić się
  • Portugués: enganar
  • Rumano: a păcăli
  • Ruso: дурачить
  • Español: engañar
  • Sueco: lura
  • Tailandés: หลอก
  • Turco: kandırmak
  • Ucraniano: обдурювати
  • Vietnamita: đánh lừa


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