put one over

put one over
verb
fool or hoax
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The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone

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You can't fool me!

Syn:
gull, ↑dupe, ↑slang, ↑befool, ↑cod, ↑fool, ↑put on, ↑take in, ↑put one across
Derivationally related forms: ↑take-in (for: ↑take in), ↑put-on (for: ↑put on), ↑fool (for: ↑fool), ↑dupe (for: ↑dupe), ↑dupery (for: ↑dupe), ↑gull (for: ↑gull)
Hypernyms: ↑deceive, ↑betray, ↑lead astray
Hyponyms: ↑pull the leg of, ↑kid
Verb Frames:
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Somebody ——s somebody

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Somebody ——s PP


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