副词:deceivingly 名词:deceiver 动词过去式:deceived 过去分词:deceived 现在分词:deceiving 第三人称单数:deceives 形容词:deceivable
ceive＝to take（取） 变化型 cept，cip，cipate
v [Tn, Tn.pr]
1 ~ sb/oneself (into doing sth) make sb believe sth that is not true (so as to make him do sth); deliberately mislead sb 欺骗某人（去做某事）; 使自己信以为真（去做某事）; 故意使（某人）误解
*You can't pass exams without working, so don't deceive yourself (into thinking you can). 不努力是考不及格的, 因此不要欺骗自己（以为可以及格）.
* We were deceived into believing that he could help us. 我们受骗了, 还以为他能帮助我们.
* His friendly manner did not deceive us for long. 他那热情的样子并没把我们欺骗多久.
2 ~ sb (with sb) be sexually unfaithful to (one's spouse, etc) （指性行为）对（配偶等）不忠
*He's been deceiving his wife with another woman for months. 他几个月来一直瞒着妻子与另一女人来往.
1200-1300; Language: Old French;Origin:
deceivre, from Latin
to make someone believe something that is not true
→deception He had been deceived by a young man claiming to be the son of a millionaire.deceive sb into doing sth He tried to deceive the public into thinking the war could still be won.deceive sb about sth I wouldn't deceive you about anything as important as this.deceive yourself
to refuse to believe that something is true because the truth is unpleasant I thought she loved me, but I was deceiving myself.deceive yourself that He didn't deceive himself that he and Ruth could remain friends.
to give someone a wrong belief or opinion about something Don't be deceived by the new cover - this is a rehash of old hits.>deceivern[C]
1. Do not try to deceive me. 别想骗我。