CET6+ TEM4 TOEFL
1、de- "from" or pejorative + cept- + -ive.
- deceptive (adj.)
- 1610s, from French deceptif (late 14c.), from Medieval Latin deceptivus, from decept-, past participle stem of Latin decipere (see deceive). Earlier in this sense was deceptious (c. 1600), from French deceptieux, from Medieval Latin deceptiosus, from deceptionem. Related: Deceptively; deceptiveness.
- 1. Appearances can be deceptive.
- 2. His appearance was deceptive.
- 3. Armed with such a precept, a number of doctors may slip into deceptive practices.
- 有了这样一条指导原则, 一些医生可能渐渐习惯于采取骗人的做法.
- 4. The apparent simplicity of his plot is deceptive.
- 5. We feel that the foregoing analysis is deceptive and dangerous.
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