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NOUN   a fool | fools
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VERB  to fool | fooled | fooled ... 
 
SYNO   fool | jester | motley fool ... 
fool {adj} [Am.] [rare] [foolish]
400
albern
fool {adj} [Am.] [rare] [foolish]
163
doof [ugs.]
Verbs
to fool sb.
1471
jdn. täuschen
to fool sb.
607
jdn. hereinlegen [ugs.]
to fool sb. [trick]
531
jdn. betrügen
to fool sb.
477
jdn. beschwindeln
to fool sb.
417
jdn. austricksen [ugs.]
to fool sb.
25
jdn. äffen [geh.] [irreführen, täuschen]
to fool sb.
25
jdn. irreführen
to fool sb.
5
jdn. narren [geh.]
to fool sb.jdn. papierln [österr.] [ugs.] [zum Narren halten]
to fool sb.jdm. ein Schnippchen schlagen [ugs.]
to fool sb.jdn. zum Narren halten [Redewendung]
Nouns
fool
1352
Narr {m} [veraltend]
fool
455
Dummkopf {m} [pej.]
fool
184
Depp {m} [bes. südd., österr.] [ugs.]
fool
180
Trottel {m} [ugs.]
fool [female]
63
Närrin {f} [veraltend]
fool
56
Tor {m} [geh.] [veraltend]
fool
51
Pappnase {f} [ugs.]
fool
36
Esel {m} [ugs.] [Dummkopf]
fool
34
Dödel {m} [ugs.] [Trottel]
fool
33
Blödel {m} [ugs.]
fool
30
Kamuffel {n} [ugs.]
fool
23
Schildbürger {m}
hist. fool [jester]
22
Hofnarr {m}
fool
17
Kasperl {m} {n} [österr.] [südd.] [ugs.]
gastr. fool [dessert]
15
Fruchtcreme {f}
fool
10
Dummbart {m} [ugs.]
fool
10
Kasperlkopf {m} [bayer., österr.] [pej.]
fool
8
Dolm {m} [österr.] [ugs.] [pej.]
fool
8
Dummbartel {m} [ugs.]
hist. marotte [fool's sceptre]
8
Marotte {f} [Narrenszepter]
foolDämel {m} [ugs.]
foolGauch {m} [Narr] [veraltet oder regional]
foolPannemann {m} [ugs.]
gastr. fool [esp. Br.] [dessert]Fruchtkrem {f} [südd. auch {m}] [Rsv.]
gastr. fool [esp. Br.] [dessert]Fruchtkreme {f} [alt] [Fruchtcreme]
fool [female]Törin {f} [geh.] [veraltend]
games Fool <O> [also: Jester] [or lowercase: fool / jester] [Tarot card]Narr {m} <O> [Tarotkarte]
2 Words: Others
April fool!April, April!
fool-proof {adj}idiotensicher [ugs.] [hum.]
fool-proof {adj}kinderleicht
fool-proof {adj}narrensicher [ugs.]
2 Words: Verbs
to fool aboutalbern
to fool aboutherumalbern [ugs.]
to fool aboutKlamauk machen / treiben
to fool about [Br.]Faxen machen [ugs.]
to fool aroundblödeln
to fool aroundherumalbern [ugs.]
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A 2018-11-04: Yes, It means or meant "to make a fool of oneself"
A 2017-12-30: Anybody fool enough to dial such a number or to click on such a link?
Q 2017-08-23: fool’s chance
Q 2017-08-09: More fool the kitsch enthusiasts?
A 2016-09-30: In BE, the usual meaning of goon is a fool,
A 2016-01-06: fool oneself
Q 2015-04-28: The bullet is a fool, the bayonet a brave lad
A 2014-12-18: Gamin' Fool - äh... Punk
A 2014-11-24: I nip out to make a fool of myself.
A 2013-09-07: He makes the opponent look like a fool
A 2012-12-13: +We fool around, but at the same time...+ would be good.
A 2012-07-21: to look a fool / lemon / a right charlie
A 2012-07-19: http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/fool?region=us&q=fooling+...
Q 2012-06-09: any fool can drink himself to death
A 2012-03-17: Or else: fool around / about with whatever
A 2012-01-31: http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/fool?q=fool+around#fool__5
A 2011-11-30: Thanks, parker11. Just wonderful; laughed my fool head off!
A 2011-08-11: http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/fool-s-gold
Q 2011-08-11: fool's gold
A 2011-05-31: meist ohne "out" : to make a fool of oneself

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