Definition of fool with in English:

fool with

1Toy with; play idly with: I like fooling with cameras
More example sentences
  • I assume that there's still direct Federal benefits in here; if so, it's not worth the trouble of fooling with them for now.
  • It would show my mother, aunt and uncle the error of their strip-mining ways, the folly of fooling with Gaia all these years.
  • My presumption would be that she's just fooling with the numbers.
1.1Tease (a person): we’ve just been fooling with you
More example sentences
  • Leon knew firsthand what a flirt and tease Barbie was, she fooled with all the men.
  • This is my fault, I shouldn't have been fooling with you while you were driving.
  • I just hope that a nurse hadn't been fooling with him.
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Pronunciation: ˈhjuːbrɪs
noun
excessive pride or self-confidence