dɪˈsi:v гл. обманывать;
вводить в заблуждение (into - в чем-л.;
with - чем-л.) The clever salesman deceived the old lady into lending him all her money for his business, by telling her that she would get rich. ≈ Умный торговец убедил старуху отдать ему все свои деньги под тем предлогом, что она разбогатеет. Advertisers are now forbidden to deceive the public with false claims. ≈ Рекламодателям теперь запрещено вводить людей в заблуждения ложными сведениями. deceive oneself be deceived in Syn : beguile into, beguile out of, cheat into, chisel out, con into, con out of, cozen, defraud
2) , delude, diddle
1) , do out of, gull II
2. , shaft
3) , swindle
2. , trap into, trick into, trick out of обманывать, сознательно вводить в заблуждение - to * the teacher обмануть учителя - to * smb. into belief that... внушить кому-л. ложную мысль, будто... - to * smb. as to one's intentions ввести кого-л. в заблуждение насчет своих намерений - the boy *d you about it мальчишка обманул /надул/ вас на этот счет - you're deceiving yourself вы обманываете (самого) себя - let us not * ourselves with fond hopes не будем себя тешить несбыточными надеждами обманывать, вводить в заблуждение, сбивать с толку (о явлениях, событиях, фактах) - to be *d by appearances быть обманутым внешностью - his friendly manner *d me я был обманут его дружеским обращением - I was *d by the blue sky and took no umbrella безоблачное небо ввело меня в заблуждение, и я не взял зонтика - I thought my eyes were deceiving me я не верил своим глазам преим. (разговорное) разочаровывать, не оправдывать ожиданий - hopes completely *d совершенно не оправдавшиеся надежды - you have *d my expectations вы не оправдали моих ожиданий deceive вводить в заблуждение ~ обманывать;
вводить в заблуждение;
to deceive oneself обманываться ~ обманывать ~ разочаровывать ~ сбивать с толку ~ обманывать;
вводить в заблуждение;
to deceive oneself обманываться

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • Deceive — De*ceive , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Deceived}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Deceiving}.] [OE. deceveir, F. d[ e]cevoir, fr. L. decipere to catch, insnare, deceive; de + capere to take, catch. See {Capable}, and cf. {Deceit}, {Deception}.] 1. To lead into error;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • deceive — de‧ceive [dɪˈsiːv] verb [transitive] to make someone believe something that is not true in order to get what you want: • Postal officials have long deceived the public on how slow mail delivery really is. deceive somebody into something •… …   Financial and business terms

  • deceive — de·ceive vb de·ceived, de·ceiv·ing vt: to cause to accept as true or valid what is false or invalid vi: to practice deceit compare defraud, mislead Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster …   Law dictionary

  • deceive — [dē sēv′, disēv′] vt. deceived, deceiving [ME deceiven < OFr deceveir < L decipere, to ensnare, deceive < de , from + capere, to take: see HAVE] 1. to make (a person) believe what is not true; delude; mislead 2. Archaic to be false to;… …   English World dictionary

  • deceive — c.1300, from O.Fr. decevoir (12c., Mod.Fr. décevoir) to deceive, from L. decipere to ensnare, take in, beguile, cheat, from de from or pejorative + capere to take (see CAPABLE (Cf. capable)). Related: Deceived; deceiver; deceiving …   Etymology dictionary

  • deceive — deceive, mislead, delude, beguile, betray, double crossmean to lead astray or into evil or to frustrate by under handedness or craft. A person or thing deceives one by leading one to take something false as true, something nonexistent as real,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • deceive — [v] mislead; be dishonest bamboozle*, beat, beat out of, beguile, betray, bilk, buffalo*, burn, cheat, circumvent, clip, con, cozen, cross up, defraud, delude, disappoint, double cross, dupe, ensnare, entrap, fake, falsify, fleece, fool, gouge,… …   New thesaurus

  • deceive — ► VERB 1) deliberately mislead into believing something false. 2) (of a thing) give a mistaken impression. DERIVATIVES deceiver noun. ORIGIN Old French deceivre, from Latin decipere ensnare, cheat …   English terms dictionary

  • deceive — de|ceive [dıˈsi:v] v [T] [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: deceivre, from Latin decipere] 1.) to make someone believe something that is not true = ↑trick →↑deception ▪ He had been deceived by a young man claiming to be the son of a… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • deceive */ — UK [dɪˈsiːv] / US [dɪˈsɪv] verb [transitive] Word forms deceive : present tense I/you/we/they deceive he/she/it deceives present participle deceiving past tense deceived past participle deceived Metaphor: Deceiving someone is like sending or… …   English dictionary

  • deceive — [[t]dɪsi͟ːv[/t]] deceives, deceiving, deceived 1) VERB If you deceive someone, you make them believe something that is not true, usually in order to get some advantage for yourself. [V n] He has deceived and disillusioned us all... [V n into ing] …   English dictionary


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