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fool1 US English

A person who acts unwisely or imprudently; a silly person

fool2 US English

A cold dessert made of pureed fruit mixed or served with cream or custard

fool with US English

Toy with; play idly with

holy fool US English

A person who appears unintelligent and unsophisticated but who has other redeeming qualities

April Fool US English

A person who is the victim of a trick or hoax on April 1

be no fool US English

Be a shrewd or prudent person

fool's gold US English

A brassy yellow mineral, especially pyrite, that can be mistaken for gold

play the fool US English

Behave in a playful or silly way

fool's errand US English

A task or activity that has no hope of success

fool's parsley US English

A poisonous white-flowered plant of the parsley family, with fernlike leaves and an unpleasant smell, native to Eurasia and North Africa

April Fool's Day US English

April 1, in many Western countries traditionally an occasion for playing tricks. This custom has been observed for hundreds of years, but its origin is unknown

make a fool of US English

Trick or deceive (someone) so that they look foolish

fool's paradise US English

A state of happiness based on a person’s not knowing about or denying the existence of potential trouble

fool with in fool1 US English

Toy with; play idly with

be no fool in fool1 US English

Be a shrewd or prudent person

play the fool in fool1 US English

Behave in a playful or silly way

there's no fool like an old fool US English

The foolish behavior of an older person seems especially foolish as they are expected to think and act more sensibly than a younger one

make a fool of in fool1 US English

Trick or deceive (someone) so that they look foolish

fool around in fool1 US English

Engage in casual or extramarital sexual activity

a fool and his money are soon parted US English

A foolish person spends money carelessly and will soon be penniless

make a fool of oneself in fool1 US English

Behave in an incompetent or inappropriate way that makes one appear foolish

foolproof US English

Incapable of going wrong or being misused

there's no fool like an old fool in fool1 US English

The foolish behavior of an older person seems especially foolish as they are expected to think and act more sensibly than a younger one

be no or nobody's fool in fool1 US English

Be a shrewd or prudent person

a fool and his money are soon parted in fool1 US English

A foolish person spends money carelessly and will soon be penniless

make a fool of oneself in make a fool of US English

Behave in an incompetent or inappropriate way that makes one appear foolish

play or act the fool in fool1 US English

Behave in a playful or silly way

fool US Thesaurus

you've acted like a complete fool

fool English-Spanish

idiota masculine and feminine, tonto,

fool around English-Spanish

hacer* payasadas, hacer* el tonto Spain/España, hacerse* guaje Mexico/México

fool about English-Spanish

→ fool around 1

fool around English-Spanish

hacer* payasadas, hacer* el tonto Spain/España, hacerse* guaje Mexico/México

fool around in fool US Thesaurus

someone's been fooling around with the controls

April fool! in April English-Spanish

¡inocente!, ¡que la inocencia te valga!

play the fool in play US Thesaurus

by the time she was ten, Ronnie knew it was her God-given job to play the fool

he's an utter fool in utter English-Spanish

es un perfecto imbécil

girls who fool around in fool English-Spanish

las chicas que andan con uno y con otro

girls who fool around in fool around English-Spanish

las chicas que andan con uno y con otro

he's a pompous fool in pompous English-Spanish

es un pedante y un imbécil


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