foolish

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Englisch - Türkisch
aptalca

Aptalca davrandın,bunun hesabını ödeyeceksin. - You've acted foolishly and you will pay for it.

Tom çok aptalca bir şey yaptı. - Tom did a very foolish thing.

{s} ahmak

O ne kadar ahmak olduğunu düşündü. - He thought how foolish he had been.

O Tom'un ahmaklığıydı. - That was foolish of Tom.

akılsız

Ona inanacak kadar akılsızdım. - I was foolish enough to believe him.

{s} aptal

Onlar anlaşmanın aptalca olduğunu söyledi. - They said the deal was foolish.

Onlar birbirlerini aptal göstermeye çalıştılar. - They tried to make each other look foolish.

{s} sersem
enayice
{s} ahmak, budala, aptal (kimse); ahmakça, budalaca, aptalca (şey)
akılsız mantıksız
foolishly akılslzca
akılsızlık
saloz
ahmakça

Tom ahmakça bir şey yapmış. - Tom has done something foolish.

absürd
habeci
abes
aptalca (şey)
saçma

Yeniden ödeyerek saçmalık etti. - It is foolish of him to pay for it again.

Nasıl böyle saçma bir hata yapabilirsin? - How could you make such a foolish mistake?

budalaca
saçma sapan
saçmasapan
boş laf
foolishness enayilik
saçma/akılsız
{s} gülünç
{s} enayi
abeci
salak
budala

O, ona inanacak kadar budala mı? - Is he so foolish as to believe that?

dangalak
fool
salak

Beni salak yerine koymaya çalışmayı durdur. - Stop trying to play me for a fool!

fool
kandırmak

Dünyayı kandırmak istediğinizde doğruyu söyleyin. - When you want to fool the world, tell the truth.

fool
budala

O, ona inanacak kadar budala mı? - Is he so foolish as to believe that?

fool
{i} soytarı
fool
ahmak

O ne kadar ahmak olduğunu düşündü. - He thought how foolish he had been.

Tom ahmakça bir şey yapmış. - Tom has done something foolish.

foolish person
aptal kişi
foolish woman
aptal kadın
fool
aptal

O öğrenciye aptal deme. - Don't call that student a fool.

Aptal parasının kıymetini bilmez. - A fool and his money are soon parted.

fool
{f} oyalanmak
fool
aptal yerine koymak

Seni aptal yerine koymak zor mu? - Is it hard to fool you?

Tom kendini aptal yerine koymak istemedi. - Tom didn't want to make a fool of himself.

foolishly
akılsızca
fool
oynatmak
fool
uyutmak
fool
kaz
fool
kazma
fool
balkabağı
fool
aptalca davranmak
fool
ibiş
fool
gerzek
fool
aptal kimse
foolishly
salakça
fool
{i} maskara

Maskaralık etmeyi bırak. - Stop playing the fool.

Mark'ın maskaralığı zaten Rosa'yı hasta ediyor. - Mark's foolery is already making Rosa sick.

fool
aptallık etmek
fool
aldatmak
fool
enayi

Parayı ona verdiğim için beni enayi yerine koydu. - She fooled me into giving her the money.

Beni enayi yerine koymuyorsunuz. - You aren't fooling me.

fool
(around/about ile) aptalca davranmak
fool
dalga geçmek
foolishly
aptalca

O, oldukça aptalca davrandı. - She behaved quite foolishly.

Tom çok aptalca davrandı. - Tom behaved quite foolishly.

foolishly
budalaca
foolishness
mankafalık
foolishness
akılsızlık
fatuous, foolish
Aptal aptal
pound-foolish
ufak şeylerde tutumlu, büyük şeylerde müsrif (kimse)
feel foolish
(Fiili Deyim ) kendini gülünç duruma düşmüş gibi hissetmek
fool
ahmak veya budala kimse
fool
{f} maskaraya çevirmek
fool
{f} gülünç duruma sokmak
fool
alık veya akılsız kimse
fool
fools cap soytarı külâhı
fool
alaya almak
fool
enayi veya aptal kimse
fool
foolscap yaklaşık ol
fool
okullarda oğrencilere eskiden ceza olarak giydirilen yüksek ve sivri tepeli külâh
fool
{f} eğlenmek
fool
küçük düşürülen kimse
fool
{i} akılsız

Ona inanacak kadar akılsızdım. - I was foolish enough to believe him.

fool
{f} enayi yerine koymak
fool
{i} meyve ve süt tatlısı
fool
{f} vakit geçirmek
fool
{f} şaka yapmak
fool
denyo
fool
ansımak
fool
abeci
fool
angut
foolishly
saçma sapan
foolishly
enayice
foolishly
ahmakça
foolishness
{i} budalalık
foolishness
{i} aptallık

Bu aptallık tarafından sonsuz bir şekilde rahatsız oluyorum. - I'm getting endlessly annoyed by this foolishness.

Her şeye inanmak zayıflıktır ve hiçbir şeye inanmamak aptallıktır. - Believing everything is weakness, and believing nothing is foolishness.

foolishness
{i} ahmaklık
foolishness
{i} enayilik
foolishness
aptallik
foolishness
delişmenlik
penny wise and pound foolish
ufak şeylerde hasis büyük şeylerde müsrif
pound foolish
para harcamasını bilmeyen
pound foolish
çok para harcayan
Englisch - Englisch
Resembling or characteristic of a fool

Being foolish once in a while does not make one a foolish person.

lacking good sense or judgement; unwise
{a} weak in understanding, imprudent, wicked
devoid of good sense or judgment; "foolish remarks"; "a foolish decision
having or revealing stupidity; "ridiculous anserine behavior"; "a dopey answer"; "a dopey kid"; "some fool idea about rewriting authors' books"
{s} stupid, silly; nonsensical, idiotic
Marked with, or exhibiting, folly; void of understanding; weak in intellect; without judgment or discretion; silly; unwise
If you look or feel foolish, you look or feel so silly or ridiculous that people are likely to laugh at you. I didn't want him to look foolish and be laughed at. = ridiculous + foolishly fool·ish·ly He saw me standing there, grinning foolishly at him
Absurd; ridiculous; despicable; contemptible
devoid of good sense or judgment; "foolish remarks"; "a foolish decision"
If someone's behaviour or action is foolish, it is not sensible and shows a lack of good judgment. It would be foolish to raise hopes unnecessarily It is foolish to risk skin cancer. + foolishly fool·ish·ly He admitted that he had acted foolishly. + foolishness fool·ish·ness They don't accept any foolishness when it comes to spending money
Such as a fool would do; proceeding from weakness of mind or silliness; exhibiting a want of judgment or discretion; as, a foolish act
unwise
soft
rattlebrained
nice
foolish act
silly deed, unwise action, stupid act
foolish grin
silly smile, foolish smile
foolish thing to do
stupid act, senseless act
Foolish.
twp

As I wrote at the time, Terry is the epitome of a 'twp Taffy' and many would argue that this is the only kind of Welsh representation regularly available.

don't be penny wise and pound foolish
Don't focus on minutiae and lose sight of the big picture; don't obsess over tiny inconsequential efficiencies while glaring inefficiencies are going on elsewhere
don't be penny wise and pound foolish
Don't be careful when it comes to spending small amounts of money, but careless when spending much larger amounts
fool
A type of dessert made of puréed fruit and custard or cream
fool
To trick; to make a fool of someone
fool
Someone who very much likes something specified

I'm a fool for the city.

fool
A particular card in a tarot deck
fool
A jester; a person whose role was to entertain a sovereign and the court
foolish.
goosy
foolish.
weak-minded
foolishly
In a foolish manner

He dressed foolishly to entertain the children.

foolishly
Without good judgment

Foolishly, he had decided that, because a home was the best investment, two homes were even better.

foolishness
The state of being foolish
foolishness
A thing or event that is foolish, or an absurdity
penny wise and pound foolish
prudent and thrifty with small amounts of money, but wasteful and profligate with large amounts
penny-wise and pound-foolish
Thrifty about petty matters and wasteful about important matters
pound-foolish
Being unwise in dealing with large amounts of money
penny-wise pound-foolish
{s} capable of dealing with small things but unable to manage the larger issues
fool
{v} to trifle, toy, disappoint, defeat, cheat
fool
{n} a foolish person, oaf, buffoon, wicked man
foolishly
{a} weakly, imprudently, idly, wickedly
foolishness
{n} folly, a want of understanding
foolishness
blockheadedness
Foolishly
fondly
Foolishly
folily
fool
a person who lacks good judgment
fool
If you make a fool of someone, you make them seem silly by telling people about something stupid that they have done, or by tricking them. Your brother is making a fool of you He'd been made a fool of
fool
A compound of gooseberries scalded and crushed, with cream; commonly called gooseberry fool
fool
One who acts contrary to moral and religious wisdom; a wicked person
fool
indulge in horseplay; "Enough horsing around--let's get back to work!"; "The bored children were fooling about"
fool
a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the middle ages
fool
If you make a fool of yourself, you behave in a way that makes other people think that you are silly or lacking in good judgment. He was drinking and making a fool of himself
fool
disapproval If you call someone a fool, you are indicating that you think they are not at all sensible and show a lack of good judgment. `You fool!' she shouted He'd been a fool to get involved with her! = idiot
fool
If someone fools you, they deceive or trick you. Art dealers fool a lot of people Don't be fooled by his appearance They tried to fool you into coming after us. = trick, con
fool
One who counterfeits folly; a professional jester or buffoon; a retainer formerly kept to make sport, dressed fantastically in motley, with ridiculous accouterments
fool
disapproval Fool is used to describe an action or person that is not at all sensible and shows a lack of good judgment. What a damn fool thing to do!
fool
{f} play a joke on, trick; act like a fool; joke, play around
fool
{i} idiot, dummy; clown; court jester
fool
a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of
fool
A jester, a person whose role was to entertain a sovereign and the court
fool
a person who lacks good judgment make a fool or dupe of
fool
To play the fool; to trifle; to toy; to spend time in idle sport or mirth
fool
One destitute of reason, or of the common powers of understanding; an idiot; a natural
fool
fool or hoax; "The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone"; "You can't fool me!"
fool
A person with poor judgment or little intelligence
fool
A person deficient in intellect; one who acts absurdly, or pursues a course contrary to the dictates of wisdom; one without judgment; a simpleton; a dolt
fool
spend frivolously and unwisely; "Fritter away one's inheritance"
fool
To infatuate; to make foolish
fool
If you say that a person is fooling with something or someone, you mean that the way they are behaving is likely to cause problems. What are you doing fooling with such a staggering sum of money?
fool
make a fool or dupe of
fool
To use as a fool; to deceive in a shameful or mortifying manner; to impose upon; to cheat by inspiring foolish confidence; as, to fool one out of his money
fool
disapproval If you say to someone `More fool you' when they tell you what they have done or what they plan to do, you are indicating that you think that it is silly and shows a lack of judgment. Most managers couldn't care less about information technology. More fool them
fool
If you play the fool or act the fool, you behave in a playful, childish, and foolish way, usually in order to make other people laugh. They used to play the fool together, calling each other silly names and giggling. or jester Comic entertainer whose madness or imbecility, real or pretended, made him a source of amusement and gave him license to abuse and poke fun at even his most exalted patrons. Professional fools flourished in diverse societies from ancient Egyptian times until the 18th century. Often deformed, dwarfed, or crippled, fools were kept for luck as well as amusement, in the belief that deformity can avert the evil eye and that abusive raillery can transfer ill luck from the abused to the abuser. In some societies, they were regarded as inspired with poetic and prophetic powers. The greatest literary characterization of the fool is found in William Shakespeare's King Lear. fool's gold April Fools' Day All Fools' Day
foolishly
stupidly, in a silly manner
foolishly
without good sense or judgment; "He acted foolishly when he agreed to come
foolishness
the quality of being rash and foolish
foolishness
the trait of acting stupidly or rashly
foolishness
a stupid mistake
foolishness
{i} stupidity, silliness, nonsense
foolishness
The quality of being foolish
foolishness
A foolish practice; an absurdity
foolishness
folly
penny wise and pound foolish
intelligent in trivial matters but foolish in important ones
pound-foolish
unwise in dealing with large sums
pound-foolish
incapable or unwise in dealing with large money matters or other large issues
foolish
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