- n. 策略；活动；工作
- vt. 使部队由横队变为纵队
- vi. 由横队变为纵队
- ploy (n.)
- 1722, "anything with which one amuses oneself," Scottish and northern England dialect, possibly a shortened form of employ or deploy. Popularized in the sense "move or gambit made to gain advantage" by British humorist Stephen Potter (1900-1969).
- 1. a clever marketing ploy
- 2. I think this is just a government ploy to deceive the public.
- 3. Christmas should be a time of excitement and wonder, not a cynical marketing ploy.
- 4. I saw Mansfield's move as a purposeful ploy in the congressional campaign.
- 5. It was all a ploy to distract attention from his real aims.
[ ploy 造句 ]