1. I
he did this (told the story, etc.) to deceive он это сделал и т. д., чтобы обмануть /ввести в заблуждение/; he meant to deceive он хотел /имел в виду/ обмануть /ввести в заблуждение/; words deceive словам верить нельзя
2. III
deceive smb. deceive one's parents (one's friends. one's husband, one's wife, etc.) обманывать /вводить в заблуждение/ своих родителей и т. д., his innocent manner deceived us его невинный вид ввел нас в заблуждение; my senses (my eyes) deceived me мои чувства (мой глаза) обманули меня; deceive oneself обманываться
3. IV
deceive smb. in some manner deceive smb. deliberately /purposely/ (systematically, heartlessly, treacherously, etc.) сознательно обманывать / вводить в заблуждение/ и т. д. кого-л.
4. XI
be deceived in smb., smth. be deceived in one's friend (in this man, in these expectations, etc.) обманываться / ошибаться/ в своем друге и т. д.; I was deceived in my hopes я обманулся в своих надеждах, мои надежды не оправдались; be deceived by smth. he was deceived by appearances его ввел в заблуждение внешний вид, видимость обманула его
5. XXI1
deceive smb. by /with/ smth. deceive smb. by lies (by one's innocent manner, with fair words, etc.) ложью и т. д. вводить кого-л. в заблуждение; deceive oneself with a fond hope тешить себя напрасными надеждами
deceive smb. into doing smth. he deceived her into giving him her money он обманом заставил ее отдать ему деньги

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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