dummy / ˈdʌm i /


dummy4 个定义

n. 名词 noun

plural dum·mies.

  1. a representation or copy of something, as for displaying to indicate appearance: a display of lipstick dummies made of colored plastic.
  2. a representation of a human figure, as for displaying clothes in store windows.
  3. Informal. a stupid person; dolt.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. noting or pertaining to an imitation, representation, or copy.
  2. counterfeit; sham; fictitious.
  3. put forward to act for others while ostensibly acting for oneself.
  4. Cards. played with a dummy.
v. 有主动词 verb

dum·mied, dum·my·ing.

  1. Printing. to prepare a dummy of: The designer dummied up the book so that they could study the format.
  2. to represent in a dummy: to dummy in an illustration.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. dummy up, Informal. to keep silent; refuse to answer: If anybody asks you, just dummy up.

dummy 近义词

n. 名词 noun


n. 名词 noun

stupid person


  1. On Friday, she appeared in court as Ann Marie Miller, again proving herself to be no dummy and decidedly different.
  2. What did you use as the hammer during that kill scene, and were you just hitting a dummy that spurted blood out?
  3. Somebody (a monk, I presume) has put a dummy dressed in a guard's uniform inside.
  4. In a sermon on Sunday, the chair of the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP called Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) "a dummy."
  5. It was a Pakistani agenda, and we played the role of the dummy.
  6. 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.
  7. When the first card has been led, dummy's hand is exposed, never before the lead.
  8. 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.
  9. The highest of a sequence led through dummy will frequently tell the third player that he has a good finesse.
  10. The dealer makes the declaration or passes it to his dummy to make by the same rules as in three-handed or dummy bridge.