Deceive

глагол 1) а) обманывать; сознательно вводить в заблуждение Например: to deceive one's parents — обманывать своих родителей The clever salesman deceived the old lady into lending him all her money for his business, by telling her that she would get rich. — Хитрый торговец убедил старушку вложить все деньги в его дело, пообещав, что она разбогатеет. Advertisers are now forbidden to deceive the public with false claims. — Рекламодателям теперь запрещено вводить людей в заблуждение ложными сведениями. Синоним(ы): cheat б) обманывать, вводить в заблуждение, сбивать с толку Например: Unless my eyes deceive me, that's the vice-president sitting over there. — Если это не обман зрения, то там сидит вице-президент. Are my eyes deceiving me, or is that your dad over there? — Это мне мерещится, или там и в самом деле стоит твой отец? Синоним(ы): mislead 2) (deceive oneself) обманываться, вводить себя в заблуждение Например: She's been deceiving herself with dreams of success but they never came true. — Она тешила себя надеждами на успех, которым не суждено было сбыться. 3) изменять Например: to deceive one's wife — изменять жене Her husband has been deceiving her for years. — Её муж обманывал её много лет. Синоним(ы): cheat

Большой англо-русский словарь

Deceive

- he that once deceives is ever suspected

Англо-русский фразеологический словарь

Deceive

verb (deceived; deceiving) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French deceivre, from Latin decipere, from de- + capere to take — more at heave transitive verb 1. archaic ensnare 2. a. obsolete to be false to b. archaic to fail to fulfill 3. obsolete cheat 4. to cause to accept as true or valid what is false or invalid 5. archaic to while away intransitive verb to practice deceit; also to give a false impression
Example: appearances can deceivedeceiver noundeceivingly adverb Synonyms: deceive, mislead, delude, beguile mean to lead astray or frustrate usually by underhandedness. deceive implies imposing a false idea or belief that causes ignorance, bewilderment, or helplessness
Example: tried to deceive me about the cost. mislead implies a leading astray that may or may not be intentional
Example: I was misled by the confusing sign. delude implies deceiving so thoroughly as to obscure the truth
Example: we were deluded into thinking we were safe. beguile stresses the use of charm and persuasion in deceiving
Example: was beguiled by false promises.

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