How can you fool people in life

fooling someone (German)

Part of speech: idiom

Hyphenation:
fooling anyone
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈJeːmandn̩ t͡sʊm ˈnaʁən ˈhaltn̩]
Word meaning / definition:
1) mislead, deceive someone in fun; not taking someone seriously
Related terms:
1) kidding, lying, teasing, tying someone up with a bear, duping someone, fooling, making fun of, kidding, kidding, charring, shitting off, denigrating
Application examples:
1) There you have your parents nice fooled. They really thought you were in China!
1) I'm not going to let go of you to make a fool of!
1) I'm not going to let you go to make a fool of!

Translations

  • Finnish: 1) narrata
  • Swedish: 1) narra

Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "fooling someone":

poor:… 1) She doesn't have that long arms. 1) At some point my "arm" will fall off. 1) "Two guards held the prince who had come to the feast by the arms." 1) "There stood the ...

fool:… Deny. ”3) When it comes to horses, Thomas becomes a fool. Saying / idioms: fooling someone, making a fool of someone - fooling someone, fooling, teasing, charring ...

kidding someone:… Being, being unfair 2) fooling someone 2) tying someone up with a bear 2) fooling someone 2) fooling someone with an X for a U 2) someone in the ...

to tie someone up with a bear:… Being, being unfair 1) kidding someone 1) fooling someone 1) making a fool of someone 1) fooling someone with an X for a U 1) sending someone to April ...

dudek: ... - a complete fool! Idioms: 1) wystrychnąc kogoś na dudka - to make a fool of someone. Translations See translations under Dummkopf (male)…


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