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fool  Verb
Plural: fools
  1. Translate "fool" to Spanish: engañar, timar, birlar, embaucar, meter gato por liebre, ser deshonesto con, ser falso con, camelar, hacer cuco a, meter un gol a
    English Synonyms of "fool": deceive, bamboozle, be false to, beguile, bluff, bluff out, swindle, take in, trick
    Define meaning of "fool": Fool or hoax. ; Make a fool or dupe of.
  2. The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone.
    You can't fool me!

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fool  Noun
  1. Translate "fool" to Spanish: tonto, bobo, idiota, memo, mentecato, zopenco, badulaque, cenutrio, charro, chiquilicuatre, chorra, chupacharcos, cipollo, corto, ennortado, guanajo, julai, kokolo, mandria, merluzo, otario, panoli, papanatas, pardillo, pasmarote, pavisoso, pavitonto, pringao, sinsorgo, tolili, tontaina, tonto de abarrajo, tontolapikoa, tontolculo, tontolpijo, zorrillo
    English Synonyms of "fool": silly, ass, bonehead, blockhead, dunce, idiot, stupid, clot
    Define meaning of "fool": A person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of. ; A person who lacks good judgment.

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fool  Adjective
  1. Translate "fool" to Spanish: tonto, borricón, idiota, chislachi, gallego, sumurmujo, tentela, tocho, zamandungo
    English Synonyms of "fool": empty-headed, foolish, silly, balmy, boneheaded, dopey, dull-witted, featherbrained, dull, stupid
    Define meaning of "fool": Lacking seriousness; given to frivolity.

Verb Conjugation for "fool"
Gerund: fooling

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