- n. 反对票；反对论
- vt. 精读；默记
- adv. 反面地
- adj. 欺诈的
- prep. 以…
- n. (Con)人名；(捷)措恩；(英)康 (教名Constance的昵称)
- con (n.1)
- "negation" (mainly in pro and con), 1570s, short for Latin contra "against" (see contra).
- con (n.2)
- "study," early 15c., from Old English cunnan "to know, know how" (see can (v.1)).
- con (adj.)
- "swindling," 1889, American English, from confidence man (1849), from the many scams in which the victim is induced to hand over money as a token of confidence. Confidence with a sense of "assurance based on insufficient grounds" dates from 1590s.
- con (n.3)
- a slang or colloquial shortening of various nouns beginning in con-, such as, from the 19th century, confidant, conundrum, conformist, convict, contract, and from the 20th century, conductor, conservative.
- con (v.1)
- "to guide ships," 1620s, from French conduire "to conduct, lead, guide" (10c.), from Latin conducere (see conduce). Related: Conned; conning.
- con (v.2)
- "to swindle," 1896, from con (adj.). Related: Conned; conning.
- 1. Well, so much for the producers. But what of the con-sumers?
- 2. Slimming snacks that offer miraculous weight loss are a con.
- 3. She travels con-stantly, moving among her several residences around the world.
- 4. He was lost in the con-templation of the landscape for a while.
- 5. The bus is a 45-seater with air-con and videos.
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