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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -deceiving-, *deceiving*, deceiv
English-Thai: Longdo Dictionary (UNAPPROVED version -- use with care )
deceivingly[yaang lawk-luang] (adv ) อย่างหลอกลวง

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Dr. Ikuma, she's deceiving you, too!ดร.อิคูมะ , เธอกำลังหลอกลวงคุณเหมือนกันนะ ! Ringu (1998)
But as you well know, appearances can be deceiving which brings me back to the reason why we're here.แต่... อย่างที่คุณรู้ ว่ารูปลักษณ์ที่ปรากฏอาจลวงตาได้ ... The Matrix Reloaded (2003)
But Mr. Anderson and I know that appearances can be deceiving.ว่ารูปลักษณ์อาจลวงตาได้ The Matrix Revolutions (2003)
Who's been deceiving you.เป็นคนหลอกลวงนาย Spin Kick (2004)
But I know her to be incapable of wilfully deceiving anyone.แต่พี่ไม่คิดว่าหล่อนจะสามารถ ทำร้ายใคร โดยเจตนาได้หรอก Pride & Prejudice (2005)
Looks can be deceiving.อาจจะลวงตาได้ Cashback (2006)
The Imperial headquarters... is deceiving not just the people, but us as well.กองบัญชาการสมเด็จพระจักรพรรดิ์... ไม่ได้กำลังปิดบัง .. เฉพาะแต่ผู้คน กับพวกเราก็ไม่เว้น Letters from Iwo Jima (2006)
That I've been deceiving you... It's been so hard.ก็เพราะคุณนั่นแหละค่ะ มันยากจริงๆเลย 200 Pounds Beauty (2006)
Looks can be deceiving!รูปลักษณ์หลอกลวงนะ! Lovely Complex (2007)
This deceiving, scheming little pluke!สารเลวจอมสับปรับ Cassie (2007)
Appearances are deceiving.สิ่งที่เห็นต่างหากกำลังหลอกเรา The Scorpion King: Rise of a Warrior (2008)
Looks can be deceiving, and, at first,รูปโฉมอาจหลอกตา และ ก่อนอื่น Heroes: Countdown to the Premiere (2008)

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Tanaka JP-EN Corpus
deceivingHe is above deceiving others.
deceivingHe is capable of deceiving others to get what he wants.
deceivingHe is not above deceiving others to get his way.
deceivingI can't conceive of her deceiving me.
deceivingThe man is apparently deceiving us.

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary
DECEIVING    D AH0 S IY1 V IH0 NG

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
deceiving    (v) (d i1 s ii1 v i ng)
deceivingly    (a) (d i1 s ii1 v i ng l ii)

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
擬勢[ぎせい, gisei] (n,vs) bluff; deceiving an enemy [Add to Longdo]
手練[てれん, teren] (n) means of deceiving another [Add to Longdo]
魔魅[まみ, mami] (n) deceiving spirit [Add to Longdo]
騙し[だまし, damashi] (n) deceiving; cheating; fooling [Add to Longdo]

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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Deceive \De*ceive"\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Deceived}; p. pr. &
     vb. n. {Deceiving}.] [OE. deceveir, F. d['e]cevoir, fr. L.
     decipere to catch, insnare, deceive; de- + capere to take,
     catch. See {Capable}, and cf. {Deceit}, {Deception}.]
     1. To lead into error; to cause to believe what is false, or
        disbelieve what is true; to impose upon; to mislead; to
        cheat; to disappoint; to delude; to insnare.
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              Evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse,
              deceiving, and being deceived.        --2 Tim. iii.
                                                    13.
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              Nimble jugglers that deceive the eye. --Shak.
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              What can 'scape the eye
              Of God all-seeing, or deceive his heart? --Milton.
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     2. To beguile; to amuse, so as to divert the attention; to
        while away; to take away as if by deception.
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              These occupations oftentimes deceived
              The listless hour.                    --Wordsworth.
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     3. To deprive by fraud or stealth; to defraud. [Obs.]
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              Plant fruit trees in large borders, and set therein
              fine flowers, but thin and sparingly, lest they
              deceive the trees.                    --Bacon.
  
     Syn: {Deceive}, {Delude}, {Mislead}.
  
     Usage: Deceive is a general word applicable to any kind of
            misrepresentation affecting faith or life. To delude,
            primarily, is to make sport of, by deceiving, and is
            accomplished by playing upon one's imagination or
            credulity, as by exciting false hopes, causing him to
            undertake or expect what is impracticable, and making
            his failure ridiculous. It implies some infirmity of
            judgment in the victim, and intention to deceive in
            the deluder. But it is often used reflexively,
            indicating that a person's own weakness has made him
            the sport of others or of fortune; as, he deluded
            himself with a belief that luck would always favor
            him. To mislead is to lead, guide, or direct in a
            wrong way, either willfully or ignorantly.
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