trick

trick trick noun ›› STH TO CHEAT SB 用以骗人 1. something that you do to make sb believe sth which is not true, or to annoy sb as a joke • 诡计;花招;骗局;把戏:
»They had to think of a trick to get past the guards.
他们只好想出个计谋骗过岗哨。
»The kids are always playing tricks on their teacher.
孩子们经常耍些花招戏弄老师。
--› see also confidence trick , dirty trick (2) ›› STH CONFUSING 令人困惑的事 2. something that confuses you so that you see, understand, remember, etc. things in the wrong way • 引起错觉(或记忆紊乱)的事物:
»One of the problems of old age is that your memory can start to play tricks on you.
老年人的问题之一是记忆可能紊乱起来。
»Was there somebody standing there or was it a trick of the light ?
是真的有人站在那儿还是光线引起的错觉?
›› ENTERTAINMENT 娱乐 3. a clever action that sb / sth performs as a way of entertaining people • 戏法;把戏:
»He amused the kids with conjuring tricks.
他变戏法逗得孩子们直乐。
»a card trick
纸牌戏法
--› see also hat-trick ›› GOOD METHOD 好方法 4. [usually sing.] a way of doing sth that works well; a good method • 技巧;诀窍;窍门:
»The trick is to pick the animal up by the back of its neck.
窍门在于抓住动物的后脖颈把它提起来。
»He used the old trick of attacking in order to defend himself.
他采用了以攻为守的老招数。
›› IN CARD GAMES 纸牌游戏 5. the cards that you play or win in a single part of a card game • 一圈;一墩;一圈所打(或赢)的牌:
»I won six tricks in a row.
我接连赢了六墩牌。
【IDIOMS】 a bag / box of ˈtricks •(informal) a set of methods or equipment that sb can use • 一套措施;全部法宝 be up to your (old) ˈtricks •(informal, disapproving) to be behaving in the same bad way as before • 故技重演;耍老花招 do the ˈtrick •(informal) to succeed in solving a problem or achieving a particular result • 奏效;起作用;达到目的:
»I donˈt know what it was that did the trick, but I am definitely feeling much better.
我不知道是什么起的作用,但是我确实觉得好多了。
every trick in the ˈbook • every available method, whether it is honest or not • 无所不用其极;浑身解数:
»Heˈll try every trick in the book to stop you from winning.
他将使尽浑身解数阻止你取胜。
have a ˈtrick, some more ˈtricks, etc. up your sleeve • to have an idea, some plans, etc. that you keep ready to use if it becomes necessary • 袖藏玄机;胸有成竹;自有锦囊妙计 ˌtrick or ˈtreat • said by children who visit peopleˈs houses at Halloween and threaten to play tricks on people who do not give them sweets / candy • 是请吃糖,还是想遭殃(万圣节时儿童挨家索要糖果用语,扬言若不给糖就捣乱戏弄别人) the ˌtricks of the ˈtrade • the clever ways of doing things, known and used by people who do a particular job or activity • (某一行业或活动的)绝招,绝活,门道,生意经 ˌturn a ˈtrick (NAmE, slang) • to have sex with sb for money • 接客卖淫 --› more at miss v., teach verb [VN] • to make sb believe sth which is not true, especially in order to cheat them • 欺骗;欺诈:
»Iˈd been tricked and I felt stupid.
我被人骗了,觉得自己真傻。
»He managed to trick his way past the security guards.
他想方设法骗过保安员走了。
--› note at cheat 【PHR V】 ˌtrick sb ˈinto sth / into doing sth • to make sb do sth by means of a trick • 诱使某人做某事:
»He tricked me into lending him £100.
他骗我借给了他 100 英镑。
ˌtrick sb ˈout of sth • to get sth from sb by means of a trick • 从某人处骗走某物:
»She was tricked out of her life savings.
她被骗走了一生的积蓄。
ˌtrick sb / sth∽ˈout (in / with sth) (literary) • to dress or decorate sb / sth in a way that attracts attention • 打扮(或装饰)得引人注目 adj. [only before noun] 1. intended to trick sb • 为欺骗的;使人产生错觉:
»It was a trick question (= one to which the answer seems easy but actually is not).
那是个容易使人上当的问题。
»Itˈs all done using trick photography (= photography that uses clever techniques to show things that do not actually exist or are impossible).
这都是利用特技摄影产生的假象。
2. (NAmE) (of part of the body 身体部位) weak and not working well • 虚弱有毛病的:
»a trick knee
膝软
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[trik]
n. 詭計, 騙局, 惡作劇, 竅門, 訣竅
vt. 欺騙, 哄騙

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