English → English - fool

Pronunciation
n. idiot, dummy; clown; court jester
v. play a joke on, trick; act like a fool; joke, play around

English → Spanish - fool

Pronunciation
s. tonto, badulaque, bobo, botarate, mandria, memo, mentecato, pavisoso, pavitonto, sandia, tontaina, zopenco
v. engañar, birlar, embaucar, timar

English → French - fool

Pronunciation
n. imbécile, idiot, fou; clown, farceur, amuseur; bouffon de cour
v. faire l'idiot, plaisanter; faire une blague; faire marcher qqn; avoir envie de plaisanter

English → German - fool

Pronunciation
n. Dummkopf, Narr; Clown; Hofnarr
v. blödeln, veräppeln; sich lustig machen; sich einen Spaß machen

English → Indonesian - fool

Pronunciation
n. goblok: orang goblok, bodoh: orang bodoh, gila: orang gila
v. bermain-main, berolok-olok, mempermain-mainkan, membodohi, memperbodoh, memperolokkan, memperolok-olokkan, mempergilakan, mengenak-kenakan, menipu, memukul, mengelabui
a. bodoh, goblok, tolol, dungu

English → Italian - fool

Pronunciation
s. sciocco, stolto, stupido, allocco; zimbello; idiota, imbecille; buffone, giullare
v. imbrogliare, ingannare, raggirare; prendere in giro, farsi gioco di

English → Polish - fool

Pronunciation
n. głupiec, głupi, kiep, dureń, idiota, półgłówek, wariat, błazen
v. błaznować, wygłupiać się, cyganić, oszukać, wygłupić się, oszukiwać

English → Portuguese - fool

Pronunciation
s. tolo, bobo; palhaço, pateta
v. fazer besteiras, cometer tolices; enganar; vagar; zombar, troçar

English → Romanian - fool

Pronunciation
n. prost, nerod, nătărău, nebun, imbecil, idiot, tâmpit, gogoman, caraghios, clovn, bufon, gelatină de fructe, cremă de fructe
v. prosti, face pe prostul, păcăli, ţine: se ţine de prostii, duce, trage pe sfoară, glumi {fam.}

English → Russian - fool

Pronunciation
с. дурак, дура, глупец, шут; кисель
г. баловаться, дурачиться, дурачить, обманывать, одурачивать, морочить

English → Turkish - fool

Pronunciation
f. kandırmak, enayi yerine koymak, maskaraya çevirmek, gülünç duruma sokmak, şaka yapmak, eğlenmek, vakit geçirmek, oyalanmak
i. aptal, enayi, akılsız, budala, maskara, salak, soytarı, meyve ve süt tatlısı
s. budala

English → Ukrainian - fool

Pronunciation
n. дурень, телепень, посміховисько, варіят, дудлик, йолоп
v. дурити, балуватися, морочити
a. дурний, нерозсудливий

English → Dutch - fool

Pronunciation
zn. gek, dwaas; clown, gekkemaker
ww. in de maling nemen; iemand beet nemen; malen; van woordspeling gebruik maken

English → Greek - fool

Pronunciation
ουσ. κορόιδο, μωρός, ανόητος, βλάκας
ρήμ. απατώ, κοροϊδεύω
επίθ. ηλίθιος, ανόητος

English → Arabic - fool

Pronunciation
‏مغفل‏
‏خادع، هرج، مزح، خدع، بدد‏
‏مجنون، مغفل، ابله، مخبول‏

English → Chinese - fool

Pronunciation
(名) 愚人, 奶油拌水果, 受骗者
(动) 愚弄; 浪费; 欺骗; 干傻事; 游荡; 开玩笑

English → Chinese - fool

Pronunciation
(名) 愚人, 奶油拌水果, 受騙者
(動) 愚弄; 浪費; 欺騙; 幹傻事; 遊蕩; 開玩笑

English → Hindi - fool

Pronunciation
n. मूर्ख व्यक्ति, निबुर्द्धि, बेवकूफ़ व्यक्ति, बेवक़ूफ़ आदमी, मूर्ख, मूर्ख मनुष्य, मसख़रा
v. मूर्ख बनाना, ठगना, धीखा देना

English → Japanese - fool

Pronunciation
(動) ばかにする; だます; だまして…させる
(名) ばか者, 愚か者; 道化師

English → Korean - fool

Pronunciation
명. 바보, 얼간이, 백치; 광대
동. 놀리다, 속이다; 바보처럼 행동하다; 조롱하다, 농담하다

English → Vietnamese - fool

Pronunciation
n. người dại dột, người hề, người bị lừa, người đần độn
v. làm bộ ngu si, giả ngu, lừa gạt

Definition of fool

Pronunciation
Noun
1. A person with poor judgment or little intelligence.
You were a fool to cross that busy road without looking.
The village fool threw his own shoes down the well.
2. A jester; a person whose role was to entertain a sovereign and the court (or lower personages).
3. Someone who derives pleasure from something specified.
4. A type of dessert made of puréed fruit and custard or cream.
An apricot fool; a gooseberry fool
5. A particular card in a tarot deck.
Verb
6. To trick; to make a fool of someone.
7. To play the fool; to trifle; to toy; to spend time in idle sport or mirth.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: fooling
Present: fool (3.person: fools)
Past: fooled
Future: will fool
Present conditional: would fool
Present Perfect: have fooled (3.person: has fooled)
Past Perfect: had fooled
Future Perfect: will have fooled
Past conditional: would have fooled
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