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Fool

Spanish
English

fool
N

fool
ADJ

fool
N

fool
N

fool
N

fool
N

fool
N

fool
N

fool
N

fool
N

fool
N

fool
N

fool
N

fool
N

fool
N


memo
ADJ
foolish
ADJ


to act the fool
V



chancear
V
to fool around
V





to make a fool of
V


to play the fool
V


to make a fool of
V

to act the fool
V

hacerse el tonto
V
to play the fool
V

to act like a fool
V

loquear
V
to play the fool
V

to make a fool of oneself
V

to act the fool
V

opear
V
to fool about
V

to play the fool
V

to act like a fool
V

to make a fool of
V

to fool around
V

to act the fool
V

to fool
V

tontear
V
to fool about
V

to fool around
V



to fool one's self


no tener un pelo de tonto
to be nobody's fool



foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ


foolhardy
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolproof
ADJ

foolproof
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

desatinado
ADJ
foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish silly
ADJ

foolish silly
ADJ

foolproof
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

mentecato
ADJ
foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

necio
ADJ
foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolish
ADJ

foolproof
ADJ

foolhardy
ADJ

foolhardy
ADJ

tonta
ADJ
foolish
ADJ

tontaina
ADJ
foolish
ADJ

tonto
ADJ
foolish
ADJ


foolish action
N


bobada
NF
foolish action
N

foolish action
N

foolish action
N

foolish remark
N

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English Definitions

fool
N
a person who lacks good judgment
fool
N
a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of
fool
N
a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the Middle Ages
fool
V
make a fool or dupe of
fool
V
spend frivolously and unwisely
fool
V
fool or hoax
fool
V
indulge in horseplay
fool around
V
indulge in horseplay
fool around
V
commit adultery
fool away
V
spend frivolously and unwisely
fool's cap
N
a cone-shaped paper hat formerly placed on the head of slow or lazy pupils
fool's errand
N
a fruitless mission
fool's gold
N
a common mineral (iron disulfide) that has a pale yellow color
N
straggling shrub of northwestern North America having foliage with a bluish tinge and umbels of small bell-shaped flowers
fool's paradise
N
an illusory state of wellbeing
fool's parsley
N
European weed naturalized in America that resembles parsley but causes nausea and poisoning when eaten
foolery
N
foolish or senseless behavior
N
the trait of giving little thought to danger
foolhardy
marked by defiant disregard for danger or consequences
characterized by a feeling of irresponsibility
foolish
devoid of good sense or judgment
foolish
having or revealing stupidity
foolish woman
N
a female fool
without good sense or judgment
foolishness
N
the trait of acting stupidly or rashly
foolishness
N
the quality of being rash and foolish
foolishness
N
a stupid mistake
foolproof
V
proof against human misuse or error
foolproof
not liable to failure
N
a size of paper used especially in Britain
English Definitions from WordNet 3.0
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