- фиребфирефтафиреб медиҳадфиребба зуди
Verb(1) be false to; be dishonest with(2) cause someone to believe an untruth
(1) Microsoft argues that our memories often deceive us: experiences get exaggerated, we muddle the timing of events and simply forget stuff.(2) Your gut instincts won't deceive you - but the conclusions you draw from them, and decisions you make, may.(3) His looks may deceive you into thinking he is still in his teens but 32-year-old Angus is a father of two boys Niquan two and Shaquan four.(4) ├ö├ç├┐It's difficult to catch someone who is deliberately trying to deceive you,├ö├ç├û Mr. Rosenstiel said.(5) But a word of caution - the season continues well into November so don't let the good start deceive you.(6) everything about him was intended to deceive(7) I didn't intend to deceive people into thinking it was French champagne(8) That is, (if the obtuse language doesn't deceive me), within the law.(9) Indeed it is also clear that your representatives were deliberately lying when making these statements, and thus deliberately intending to deceive members of the public.(10) For a moment, she had believed him├ö├ç┬¬ but she couldn't let him deceive her again, it couldn't be true - he didn't love her.(11) No, your eyes do not deceive you - 85 games crammed on to one disc, a task made easier because most take up only a few megabytes each, but it is still a bargain.(12) enabling the rulers to deceive themselves about the nature of their own rule(13) It really is important for people to be aware there are people out there willing to deceive our elderly residents.(14) The campaign, launched by the Office of Fair Trading, aims to draw attention to unscrupulous holiday clubs that deliberately deceive consumers and pressurise them into membership.(15) He had tried to deceive employers and police by changing his middle name from Phillip to Clayton.(16) He helped disguise loans as sales in order to boost the company's revenue - on paper - and thereby deceive the public as well as government regulators.
(1) to deceive :: фиреб
(2) deceive oneself :: фиреб oneself
1. swindle ::
2. be unfaithful to ::
3. cozen ::
4. betray ::
deceive, deceived, deceives, deceiving, undeceive, undeceives
Word Example from TV Shows
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Hold on, you actually want me
to DECEIVE your father...
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 9
When I try to DECEIVE...
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 1
For what it's worth, my mother says
that when we DECEIVE for personal gain...
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 22
Are you trying to DECEIVE your queen?
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 2
Are you listening to this?
They DECEIVE each other about everything.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 17
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