skilful act performed for entertainment, especially one involving illusion
thing done in order to deceive or outwit sb
exact or best way of doing sth; particular technique
deceive; swindle; cheat; defraud
"he played a trick on me"
"he pulled a fast one and got away with it"
"that offer was a dirty trick"
"We tricked the teacher into thinking that class would be cancelled next week"
She also looked frightened...Just a trick to get her own way.
出自： J. T. Story
Using baffling technical jargon is..an old sales trick.
Minarets..tricked out with fairy-lights.
出自： J. Raban
It's a..provincial town tricked out like a big city.
出自：Far Eastern Economic Review
He tricked her into marrying him by pretending that he was rich.
The police tricked him into making a confession.
We were tricked into buying a poor car.
He was tricked into revealing the place where he had hidden the money.
She was tricked out in gaudy dress.
The clever salesman was able to trick the old lady out of her money.