- to cheat
- 不努力是考不及格的, 因此不要欺骗自己（以为可以及格）。
- You can't pass exams without working, so don't deceive yourself (into thinking you can).
- They've diddled me out of the rent!
- 他们受骗, 给了他一大笔钱。
- They were beguiled into giving him large sumsof money.
- Their assumption of an air of confidence fooled nobody.
- He bilked us of all our money.
- 他的论据听起来似乎有理, 但根本上是欺骗性的。
- His arguments sound convincing but they're based on delusion.
- He had been cheating the taxman for years.
- He raised Cain when he found he had been cheated.
- He bamboozled me into believing that he'd lost all his money.
- He's a real con artist/merchant, ie swindler.
- He's the biggest liar (ie He tells more lies than anyone else) I know.
- His pretended friendship was part of the deception.
- He was cheated (out) of his rightful inheritance.
- He has a notion that I'm cheating him.
- He's such an ostrich he doesn't want to know about his wife's love affairs.