deceiving

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Englisch - Türkisch
aldatan
aldatma

Onun beni aldatmasını düşünemiyorum. - I can't conceive of her deceiving me.

Tom'un beni aldatmayı denediğine inanamıyorum. - I can't believe Tom tried deceiving me.

deceive
aldatmak

Ben her zaman sana karşı dürüst oldum. Neden beni aldatmak istiyorsun? - I have always been honest with you. Why do you want to deceive me?

Bizim niyetimiz seni aldatmak değildi. - It was never our intention to deceive you.

deceive
{f} kandırmak

Sence çocukları kandırmak kolay mıdır? - Do you think it is easy to deceive children?

Asla seni kandırmak istemedim. - I never wanted to deceive you.

deceiving; deluding; misleading
aldatan; deluding; yanıltıcı
deceiving official authorities
(Kanun) resmi mercileri iğfal
deceive
{f} ihanet etmek
deceive
kazık atmak
deceive
keklemek
deceive
dolandirmak
deceive
oyun etmek
deceive
kaybetmek
deceive
gözünü boyamak
deceive
(Askeri) yalan söyleme
deceive
(Askeri) aldatma

Tom beni aldatmaya çalıştı. - Tom tried to deceive me.

Tom Mary'yi aldatmaya çalıştı. - Tom tried to deceive Mary.

deceive
yalan söylemek
deceive
kalleşlik etmek
deceive
üçkağıda getirmek
deceive
{f} kafese koymak
deceive
uyutmak
deceive
oyuna getirmek
deceive
avlamak
deceive
mantarlamak
deceive
(Kanun) iğfal etmek
deceive
kazıklamak
deceive
göz boyamak
deceive
aldat

Dürüst olduğunu düşündüğüm çocuk beni aldattı. - The boy I thought was honest deceived me.

Binlerce insan, reklam yüzünden aldatıldı. - Thousands of people were deceived by the advertisement.

image that is deceiving to the eye
göz aldatıcı olduğu görüntü
self-deceiving
Kendi hakkında yanılan, kendini kandıran
deceive
faka bastırmak
deceive
{f} yutturmak
deceive
yitirmek
deceive
kafeslemek
deceive
{f} çarpmak
deceive
deceiver aldatıcı kimse
deceive
{f} dolandırmak
deceive
hilekâr kimse
Englisch - Englisch
present participle of deceive
deceive
To trick or mislead
deceive
to mislead by or as by falsehood
deceive
{f} cheat, mislead
deceive
{v} to mislead, mock, cheat, impose on
Deceive
(deyim) feed someone a line

He was feeding me a line about his plans to open a new restaurant downtown.

deceiv
third-person singular of deceive
deceive
If something deceives you, it gives you a wrong impression and makes you believe something that is not true. His gentle, kindly appearance did not deceive me = mislead
deceive
cause someone to believe an untruth; "The insurance company deceived me when they told me they were covering my house" be false to; be dishonest with
deceive
To lead into error; to cause to believe what is false, or disbelieve what is true; to impose upon; to mislead; to cheat; to disappoint; to delude; to insnare
deceive
be false to; be dishonest with
deceive
If you deceive yourself, you do not admit to yourself something that you know is true. Alcoholics are notorious for their ability to deceive themselves about the extent of their problem
deceive
To beguile; to amuse, so as to divert the attention; to while away; to take away as if by deception
deceive
If you deceive someone, you make them believe something that is not true, usually in order to get some advantage for yourself. He has deceived and disillusioned us all If you can make the last 10 seconds exciting, you can deceive your audience into thinking it's been like that all along
deceive
vt memperdayakan (daya)
deceive
To avoid blade contact
deceive
cause someone to believe an untruth; "The insurance company deceived me when they told me they were covering my house"
deceive
deceive
deceive
Avoiding blade to blade contact with the opponents weapon as they attempt to parry, engage or attack your blade
deceive
To deprive by fraud or stealth; to defraud
deceive
To evade the opponent
eye-deceiving
creating the illusion of seeing reality; "the visual deception of trompe-l'oeil art
deceiving

    Silbentrennung

    de·cei·ving

    Türkische aussprache

    dîsivîng

    Aussprache

    /dəˈsēvəɴɢ/ /dɪˈsiːvɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ di-'sEv ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English, from Middle French deceivre, from Latin decipere, from de- + capere to take; more at HEAVE.

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