a person who is lacking in judgement or good sense
make think sth that is not true
speak without serious intention; joke
"Fritter away one's inheritance"
"The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone"
"You can't fool me!"
"Enough horsing around--let's get back to work!"
"The bored children were fooling about"
Fooles by lucky Throwing, oft win the Game.
出自： T. Dekker
When first I met you..I thought you a fool To-day you have grown into an unmitigated ass.
A fool and his money are soon parted. A fool at forty is a fool indeed. A fool may give a wise man counsel. There's no fool like an old fool. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.
My heart is too much in earnest to be fooled with.
出自： W. Wycherley
You and I..go fooling about with him, and get rusticated.
出自： Thomas Hughes
I was fool enough to do that.
You'll never amount to anything if you don't stop fooling around.
He fooled about all afternoon on the golf course.
They fooled around too much with minor details.
Stop fooling about and do something useful.
The teacher told the students not to fool about , but to get down to work.
She regretted fooling around all through college.
If you go to college, you must work, not fool around.
He spends so much time fooling around that he never accomplishes anything.
The boys fooled around all afternoon in the park.
He never does any work, he just fools about all along.
Where have you been fooling around?
I have never seen him fooling about on street corners.
The boy fell and broke his leg.That taught him but good not to fool around.
You shouldn't fool around with dangerous chemicals.
Don't fool around with fire.
Children should not be allowed to fool around with matches.
不要让孩子们玩火柴。 fool around with sb
Marshall stopped fooling around with other girls when he met Jessica.
Don't fool around with another man's wife.
He's always fooling around with other men's wives.
Jack fooled away his week's allowance in two days.
He fools away so much time on his stamp collection that he never gets anything done.
Don't fool away your time in public houses.
Don't fool away your time, there's a lot of work to be done.
He kept learning English while his brother was fooling away his time.
He fooled me into doing the job.
He fooled a boy into doing a dangerous thing.
The girl fooled him into believing her.
He's fooled a lot of people into believing he's a rich man.
I was fooled into thinking that she loved me.
Do not be fooled into thinking that he is an honest man.
He fooled the boy out of his money.
The beautiful young lady fooled the rich young man out of all his property.
If you go on fooling with that knife, there'll be an accident.
Don't fool with that gun.It's dangerous.
It's cruel to fool with other's emotions.
Guns are not to be fooled with.
枪是不能瞎摆弄的。 fool sb with sth
She cannot fool me with her crocodile's tears.
误 It is very cruel of these boys to make a fool at that old man.
正 It is very cruel of these boys to make a fool of that old man.
误 Mary's classmates made a fool her by telling her the party was to be a masquerade.
正 Mary's classmates made a fool of her by telling her the party was to be a masquerade.
析 “捉弄”“欺骗”“愚弄”英语可说make a fool of,其中的of不能用at代替。
误 He was made a fool by some door-to-door salesman.
正 He was made a fool of by some door-to-door salesman.
误 I was told that I was being made a fool.
正 I was told that I was being made a fool of.
误 We were all made fools by the mischievous child.
正 We were all made fools of by the mischievous child.
析 make a fool of从主动结构变为被动结构时,介词of不能省略。
误 The emperor was a fool enough to believe the two cheats.
正 The emperor was fool enough to believe the two cheats.