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Sinónimos detallados de fool en inglés

fool:

to fool verbo (fools, fooled, fooling)

  1. to fool
    to fool; to tease; to vex; to badger; to swindle; to trick; to hoax; to hoodwink
    • fool verbo (fools, fooled, fooling)
    • tease verbo (teases, teased, teasing)
    • vex verbo (vexes, vexed, vexing)
    • badger verbo (badgers, badgered, badgering)
    • swindle verbo (swindles, swindled, swindling)
    • trick verbo (tricks, tricked, tricking)
    • hoax verbo (hoaxes, hoaxed, hoaxing)
    • hoodwink verbo (hoodwinks, hoodwinked, hoodwinking)
  2. to fool
  3. to fool
    to fool; make fun
  4. to fool
    to deceive; to fool; to kid
    • deceive verbo (deceives, deceived, deceiving)
    • fool verbo (fools, fooled, fooling)
    • kid verbo (kids, kidded, kidding)
  5. to fool
    to cheat; to trick; to fool
    • cheat verbo (cheats, cheated, cheating)
    • trick verbo (tricks, tricked, tricking)
    • fool verbo (fools, fooled, fooling)
  6. to fool
  7. to fool
    – indulge in horseplay 1
    to fool; to fool around; to horse around; arse around
    – indulge in horseplay 1
    • fool verbo (fools, fooled, fooling)
      • The bored children were fooling about1
    • fool around verbo (fools around, fooled around, fooling around)
    • horse around verbo (horses around, horsed around, horsing around)
    • arse around verbo
  8. to fool
    – spend frivolously and unwisely 1
    to fool; to dissipate; to shoot; fritter; to fritter away; frivol away; fool away
    – spend frivolously and unwisely 1
  9. to fool
    – make a fool or dupe of 1
    to fool; to gull; befool
    – make a fool or dupe of 1
    • fool verbo (fools, fooled, fooling)
    • gull verbo (gulls, gulled, gulling)
    • befool verbo

Conjugaciones de fool:

present
  1. fool
  2. fool
  3. fools
  4. fool
  5. fool
  6. fool
simple past
  1. fooled
  2. fooled
  3. fooled
  4. fooled
  5. fooled
  6. fooled
present perfect
  1. have fooled
  2. have fooled
  3. has fooled
  4. have fooled
  5. have fooled
  6. have fooled
past continuous
  1. was fooling
  2. were fooling
  3. was fooling
  4. were fooling
  5. were fooling
  6. were fooling
future
  1. shall fool
  2. will fool
  3. will fool
  4. shall fool
  5. will fool
  6. will fool
continuous present
  1. am fooling
  2. are fooling
  3. is fooling
  4. are fooling
  5. are fooling
  6. are fooling
subjunctive
  1. be fooled
  2. be fooled
  3. be fooled
  4. be fooled
  5. be fooled
  6. be fooled
diverse
  1. fool!
  2. let's fool!
  3. fooled
  4. fooling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

fool [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the fool
    the fool; the nerd; the nitwit; the numbskull; the blockhead; the meathead; the fathead
  2. the fool
    the Simple Simon; the numbskull; the birdbrain; the idiot; the dunce; the duffer; the oaf; the fool; the nitwit; the rattle brain; the rattle-brain; the stupid; the feather head; the simpleton; the fathead; the fat head
  3. the fool
    the imbecile; the idiot; the fool
  4. the fool
    the rattle-brain; the nutcase; the fool
  5. the fool
    the mentally disabled; the lunatic; the loony; the buffoon; the rattle-brain; the idiot; the nutcase; the ass; the madman; the fool; the mad; the daft; the clown
  6. the fool
    the simpleton; the numbskull; the dumbo; the idiot; the rattle-brain; the simple mind; the silly man; the fool
  7. the fool
    – a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of 1
    the mark; the mug; the fool; the gull; the soft touch; the fall guy; the sucker; the patsy; the chump
    – a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of 1
  8. the fool
    – a person who lacks good judgment 1
    the fool; the sap; the saphead; the tomfool; the muggins
    – a person who lacks good judgment 1
  9. the fool
    – a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the Middle Ages 1
    the fool; the jester; the motley fool
    – a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the Middle Ages 1

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Definiciones relacionadas de "fool":

  1. a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of1
  2. a person who lacks good judgment1
  3. a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the Middle Ages1
  4. indulge in horseplay1
    • The bored children were fooling about1
  5. spend frivolously and unwisely1
  6. make a fool or dupe of1

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