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fool pronunciación 1
noun
1 someone who lacks common sense or intelligence.
2 someone made to appear ridiculous.
3 hist a person employed by kings, nobles, etc to amuse them; a jester.
verb (fooled , fooling )
1 to deceive someone so that they appear foolish or ridiculous.
2 (fool someone into or out of something) to persuade them by deception to do something or not to do it.
3 intr (often fool about or around) to behave stupidly or playfully.
4 intr (fool with something) to meddle with it irresponsibly or thoughtlessly.
[13c: from French fol ]
make a fool of oneself to act in a way that makes one appear foolish.
make a fool of someone to trick them or make them appear ridiculous; to humiliate them.
nobody's fool someone too wary to be tricked or deceived; astute Bill is nobody's fool .
play or act the fool to act deliberately in a comically foolish manner.


fool pronunciación 2
noun a dessert of puréed fruit mixed with cream or custard gooseberry fool .
[16c]


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