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beguile是什么意思_beguile的用法大全

  • 2020-09-23
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beguile的的用法,beguile怎么读

美 [bɪ'ɡaɪl] 英 [bɪ'ɡaɪl]
  • v.哄骗(某人做某事);诱骗;吸引(某人);使感兴趣
  • 网络欺骗;消遣;诱惑
第三人称单数:beguiles  现在分词:beguiling  过去分词:beguiled  
  • v.
  • entice,lure,charm,captivate,mesmerize
  • 用法解析

    1.

    ~ sb (into doing sth)

    哄骗(某人做某事);诱骗

    to trick sb into doing sth, especially by being nice to them

    She beguiled them into believing her version of events.

    她哄骗他们相信了她叙述的事情。

    2.

    ~ sb

    吸引(某人);使感兴趣

    to attract or interest sb

    He was beguiled by her beauty.

    他为她的美丽所倾倒。

    1.

    欺骗,诱骗,蒙骗

    2.

    欺骗;消磨

    3.

    骗,欺诈;诱惑

    4.

    解(闷),消磨(时间);哄慰(孩子)

    5.

    取悦,博得…欢心,花言巧语地哄

    6.

    使时间过得愉快;消遣;消磨:

    7.

    使娱乐:

    1.

    欺骗,诱骗,蒙骗

    2.

    欺骗;消磨

    3.

    骗,欺诈;诱惑

    4.

    解(闷),消磨(时间);哄慰(孩子)

    5.

    取悦,博得…欢心,花言巧语地哄

    6.

    使时间过得愉快;消遣;消磨:

    7.

    使娱乐:

    1.

    to win and hold somebody's attention, interest, or devotion

    2.

    to mislead or deceive somebody

    3.

    to rob somebody of something, or cheat somebody out of something

    4.

    to pass time in a pleasant way

    5.

    to persuade or trick someone into doing something, especially by saying nice things to them

    6.

    cheat,deceive

    7.

    amuse

    8.

    Gause time to pass pleasantly

    1.

    to win and hold somebody's attention, interest, or devotion

    2.

    to mislead or deceive somebody

    3.

    to rob somebody of something, or cheat somebody out of something

    4.

    to pass time in a pleasant way

    5.

    to persuade or trick someone into doing something, especially by saying nice things to them

    6.

    cheat,deceive

    7.

    amuse

    8.

    Gause time to pass pleasantly

    语法用例

    例句1:

    I feel how weak and fruitless must be any word of mine which should attempt to beguile you from the grief of a loss so overwhelming.

    你的损失是沉重的,我觉得以任何言语来劝你节哀都是软弱无力,无济于事的。

    例句2:

    Then did I beguile him with my beauty and my wit , and flatter him with my tongue, so that he led me down to the home of the Fire.

    我以我的美貌、聪颖和言辞博得了他的欢心,于是他带我去到生命之火燃烧的地方。

    例句3:

    To entice or beguile into a desired state or position.

    说服诱惑或欺骗使进入一种渴望的状态或位置。

    例句4:

    He had the face to beguile his best friend into buying his house at a high price.

    他竟然有脸欺骗他最要好的朋友以高价买了他的住宅。

    例句5:

    Don't let the fashion- mongers beguile you.

    不要让潮流迷惑了你自己。

    例句6:

    Is there any better ways to beguile loneliness except eating?

    排遣寂寞,除了吃之外,还有什么更好的方法呢?

    例句7:

    And this I say, lest any man should beguile you with enticing words.

    我说这话、免得有人用花言巧语迷惑你们。

    例句8:

    The teacher used to beguile her pupils with fairy tales.

    这位教师常常给她的学生讲童话故事,借以吸引他们的兴趣。

    例句9:

    I see that men still know how to beguile us women with false words.

    我知道你们男人懂得如何用虚情假意的言辞来蒙骗我们女人。

    例句10:

    Let those hitters get close, though, and they'll have to contend with Beguile.

    可是,让那些击球员拿到关闭,他们必须与作斗争引诱。