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dope (PERSON) Show phonetics
a silly person:
You shouldn't have told him, you dope!
dopey Show phonetics
adjective dopier , dopiest
He's nice, but a bit dopey (= silly).
It's not an ideal ~
wing it Informal.
- To say or do something without preparation, forethought, or sufficient information or experience; improvise: She hadn't studied for the exam, so she decided to wing it.
v. i.To perform an act, such as to give a speech, without the usual preparation. To improvise or ad-lib.
wing it Improvise, as in The interviewer had not read the author's book; he was just winging it. This expression comes from the theater, where it alludes to an actor studying his part in the wings (the areas to either side of the stage) because he has been suddenly called on to replace another. First recorded in 1885, it eventually was extended to other kinds of improvisation based on unpreparedness.
Hanching Chung (or HC/ hc)