- a cunning act or scheme intended to deceive or outwit someone；a mischievous practical joke
- cunningly deceive or outwit；sketch (a coat of arms) in outline, with the colours indicated by letters or signs.
- intended or used to deceive or mystify, or to create an illusion；liable to fail; defective
verb: trick, 3rd person present: tricks, gerund or present participle: tricking, past tense: tricked, past participle: tricked
noun: trick, plural noun: tricks
- 1. a cunning act or scheme intended to deceive or outwit someone he's a double-dealer capable of any mean trick 同義詞
- ▪ a mischievous practical joke she thought Elaine was playing some trick on her 同義詞
- ▪ an illusion I thought I saw a flicker of emotion, but it was probably a trick of the light 同義詞
- ▪ a skilful act performed for entertainment or amusement he did conjuring tricks for his daughters 同義詞
- ▪ a clever or particular way of doing something the trick is to put one ski forward and kneel 同義詞
- 2. a peculiar or characteristic habit or mannerism she had a trick of clipping off certain words and phrases 同義詞
- 3. (in bridge, whist, and similar card games) a sequence of cards forming a single round of play. One card is laid down by each player, the highest card being the winner.
- 4. informal a prostitute's client.
- 5. a sailor's turn at the helm, usually lasting for two or four hours.
- 1. cunningly deceive or outwit many people have been tricked by villains with false identity cards
- 2. sketch (a coat of arms) in outline, with the colours indicated by letters or signs.
- 1. intended or used to deceive or mystify, or to create an illusion a trick question
- 2. North American liable to fail; defective a trick knee