- a swindle
- n.球拍,喧闹纷乱 v.过着花天酒地的生活
- This so-called bargain is just a con!
- It's all a fiddle!
- His pretended friendship was part of the deception.
- All his promises were snares and delusions.
- You've been caught cheating now you must face the music.
- That so- called sale is a scheme to swindle the customer.
- Something intended to deceive; a hoax or fraud.
- It proved that everything was a mare's nest.
- He tried to rope Ted in on that swindle.
- A buffoon or jester who entertains by jokes, antics, and tricks in a circus, play, or other presentation
- It's a dishonest scheme and I'm glad to be out of it.
- The discovery of bernard madoff's ponzi scheme suggests galbraith may be right about large-scale embezzlement but my experience is the opposite when it comes to petty larceny.
- No one knew exactly what mr madoff was doing but there were suspicions in parts of wall street that he was either front-running his broking customers or operating a ponzi scheme.
- A buffoon or jester who entertains by jokes antics and tricks in a circus play or other presentation
- The hoax was work of activists wanting to draw attention to ge's use of tax avoidance measures.