hoodwink

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} göz boyamak
kandırmak
kafeslemek
gözünü boyamak
gözlerini bağla
aldatmak
aldat

Onu nasıl aldatabilirim? - How could I hoodwink him?

{f} gözlerini bağlamak
{f} oyuna getirmek
{f} gizlemek
göz boyamak
Englisch - Englisch
To deceive or trick

I feel like the salesman hoodwinked me into buying right away.

To cover the eyes with a hood; to blindfold

Some there are, that through feare anticipate the hangmans hand; as he did, whose friends having obtained his pardon, and putting away the cloth wherewith he was hood-winkt, that he might heare it read, was found starke dead upon the scaffold, wounded only by the stroke of imagination.

to deceive
{v} to blind, hide, cover, deceive
influence by slyness
To cover; to hide
{f} cheat, deceive
To blind by covering the eyes
conceal one's true motives from especially by elaborately feigning good intentions so as to gain an end; "He bamboozled his professors into thinking that he knew the subject well"
to make up for
To blindfold
To deceive by false appearance; to impose upon
If someone hoodwinks you, they trick or deceive you. People expect others to be honest, which is why conmen find it so easy to hoodwink people = con. to trick someone in a clever way so that you can get an advantage for yourself (hoodwink (16-19 centuries), from hood + wink)
hoodwinked
past of hoodwink
hoodwinking
present participle of hoodwink
hoodwinks
third-person singular of hoodwink
hoodwink
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