dummy 的 4 个定义
- a representation or copy of something, as for displaying to indicate appearance: a display of lipstick dummies made of colored plastic.
- a representation of a human figure, as for displaying clothes in store windows.
- Informal. a stupid person; dolt.
- noting or pertaining to an imitation, representation, or copy.
- counterfeit; sham; fictitious.
- put forward to act for others while ostensibly acting for oneself.
- Cards. played with a dummy.
- Printing. to prepare a dummy of: The designer dummied up the book so that they could study the format.
- to represent in a dummy: to dummy in an illustration.
- dummy up, Informal. to keep silent; refuse to answer: If anybody asks you, just dummy up.
- On Friday, she appeared in court as Ann Marie Miller, again proving herself to be no dummy and decidedly different.
- What did you use as the hammer during that kill scene, and were you just hitting a dummy that spurted blood out?
- Somebody (a monk, I presume) has put a dummy dressed in a guard's uniform inside.
- In a sermon on Sunday, the chair of the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP called Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) "a dummy."
- It was a Pakistani agenda, and we played the role of the dummy.
- Fix up a couple of dummy sacks, you know, and get them to camp and packed on the horse without letting them see what's inside.
- When the first card has been led, dummy's hand is exposed, never before the lead.
- When a spade declaration has been made by dummy, one trump less is necessary and the doubler need not be on the declarer's left.
- The highest of a sequence led through dummy will frequently tell the third player that he has a good finesse.
- The dealer makes the declaration or passes it to his dummy to make by the same rules as in three-handed or dummy bridge.