joke

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} komiklik
şaka

İngiliz, Belçikalı ve Hollandalı bir meyhaneye girer ve tezgahta otururlar. Barmen söyler, Bir dakika bekleyin, bu bir şaka mı ne? - An Englishman, a Belgian and a Dutchman enter a pub and sit down at the counter. Says the barkeeper, Wait a minute, is this a joke or what?

Şaka ile öyle söyledim. - I said so by way of a joke.

{f} fıkra anlatmak

Fıkra anlatmak hoşuma gidiyor. - I like to tell jokes.

Tom fıkra anlatmakta çok iyi değildir. - Tom isn't very good at telling jokes.

mizah
eğlenmek
şaka etmek
nükte
saka yapmak
latife etmek
fıkra

Fıkrayı duyduğunda, kahkahaya boğuldu. - Hearing the joke, he burst into laughter.

Amcam bana masalı bir fıkra gibi anlattı. - My uncle told me the story by way of a joke.

(with/about ile) şaka yapmak
takılmak
hezl
{f} şaka yap

Siz benimle şaka yapmamalısınız. - You should not play a joke on me.

Tom Mary'ye bir ırkçı şaka yaptı. - Tom told Mary a racist joke.

{f} şaka yapmak

Şaka yapmakta iyi değilim. - I'm not good at making jokes.

{i} muziplik
{f} muziplik yapmak
{i} şaka, latife, nükte
{f} espri yapmak
{i} alay konusu

Biz tam bir alay konusuyuz. - We're a complete joke.

O tam bir alay konusu. - She's a complete joke.

şaka söylemek
şakaydı
esprisi
espriye
joke with each other
cilveleşmek
joke with one another
şakalaşmak
joke around
şaka etrafında
joke aside
şaka bi yana
joke about
(Fiili Deyim ) şaka yapmak
joke around
çevresine şakalar yapmak
joke with
birine takılmak
joking
{i} şaka yapma

Tom Mary'nin şaka yapmadığını fark etmeden önce güldü. - Tom laughed before he realized Mary wasn't joking.

Beni tanıyorsun ve şaka yapmadığımı biliyorsun. - You know me and know that I'm not joking.

able to take a joke
şaka kaldırmak
are you a joke or what?
(deyim) şaka mısın sen ya?
are you a joke or what?
(deyim) cins misin nesin?
be able to take a joke
şaka kaldırmak
crack a joke
şaka yapmak
crack a joke
takılmak
joking
şaka yaparak
jokingly
şaka ederek
jokingly
şakayla

Tom şakayla çok zengin olmadığını söyledi. - Tom said jokingly that he was not very rich.

be able to take a joke
şaka kaldırabilmek
blue joke
açık saçık fıkra
crack a joke
fıkra patlatmak
joking
{i} şakacı
joking
{f} şaka yap

Tom'un şaka yapıp yapmadığını söyleyemem. - I can't tell if Tom is joking or not.

Beni ciddiye almayın. Ben sadece şaka yapıyorum. - Don't take me seriously. I'm only joking.

jokingly
şakadan
no joke
komik olmayan şey
no joke
ciddi durum
play a joke on sb
oyun oynamak
play a joke on sb
işletmek
practical joke
muziplik
practical joke
eşek şakası
tell a joke
fıkra anlat
treat something as a joke
işi şakaya vurmak
blag
(banka vb) soymak talan etmek
It´s no joke
Şakaya gelmez./Şakası yok
blag
dil dökerek kandırmak ikna etmek
broad joke
geniş şaka
frivolous joke
anlamsız şaka
get a joke
şaka olsun
good joke
iyi şaka
in-joke
Bir grup içinde, sadece o gruptakilerin arasında anlaşılan espri ya da şaka
inside joke
Bir grup içinde, sadece o gruptakilerin arasında anlaşılan espri ya da şaka
jokes
fıkralar
joking
Şaka

Beni ciddiye almayın. Ben sadece şaka yapıyorum. - Don't take me seriously. I'm only joking.

Şaka yapıyor olmalısın! - You have got to be joking!

killing joke
şaka öldürüyor
knock knock joke
"Hasan'ı gördün mü?" -"Hangi Hasan'ı?" -"Florasanı." türünde birbiriyle benzeşen kelimelerle yapılan şaka
make a joke
Şaka yapmak
off colour joke
renk şaka off
play joke
oyun şaka
priceless joke
paha biçilmez şaka
sick joke
Hasta şaka
take a joke
Şaka kaldırmak, şakaya gelmek
take as a joke
şaka olarak almak
that's no small joke
Hiçbir küçük şaka
the butt of the joke
Şaka konusu olan, kendisine gülünen kişi. "Frank iş so sensitive. He hates to be the butt of a joke."
a threadbare joke
bayat espri
as a joke
şaka olarak

O benim sözlerimi bir şaka olarak kabul etti. - She took my words as a joke.

Bu bir şaka olarak yapılmıştı. - This was meant as a joke.

blag
çalıp kaçmak
blag
elde etmek içi yalan söylemek
blag
kurnazca konuşarak elde etmek
blag
üçkağıt ile kanına girmek
blue joke
müstehcen fıkra
can't take a joke
şakadan anlamaz
go beyond a joke
(deyim) şaka olmaktan çıkmak
go beyond a joke
(deyim) şakanın ötesine geçmek
go beyond a joke
(deyim) ciddiye binmek
go beyond a joke
(deyim) şakanın dozu kaçmak
go beyond a joke
(deyim) şakayı aşmak
go beyond a joke
(deyim) şaka sınırlarını aşmak
go beyond a joke
(deyim) ciddileşmek
go beyond the joke
(deyim) ciddilik kazanmak
go beyond the joke
(deyim) şaka sınırını aşmak
go beyond the joke
(deyim) şaka olmaktan çıkmak
he can't take a joke
şakadan anlamaz
he can't take a joke
şaka kaldırmaz
in joke
şakadan
in joke
şakacıktan
in joke
şaka olarak
it is no joke
(deyim) it is /it was no joke (doing sth.) sakasi yok sakaya gelmez,onemli mesele
it's no joke
şaka değil
it's no joke
Kolay iş değil./Şakaya gelmez
it's no joke
gerçekten
it's no joke
şakası yok
joking
{i} şakacıktan söyleme
jokingly
(zarf) şaka yollu
jokingly
şaka olarak

Bazı şeyleri şaka olarak bile söylememelisiniz. - Some things you shouldn't even say jokingly.

jokingly
şaka yollu

O ona şaka yollu sordu: Henüz nasıl araba süreceğini öğrenmedin mi? - He jokingly asked her: Haven't you learnt how to drive yet?

play a joke on s.o
birine şaka yapmak, birine oyun oynamak
play a practical joke on smb
eşek şakası yapmak
play a practical joke on smb
el şakası yapmak
practical joke
el şakası
she can't take a joke
şakadan anlamaz
she can't take a joke
şaka kaldırmaz
smutty joke
terbiyesiz fıkra
smutty joke
açık saçık fıkra
standing joke
(deyim) beylik şaka,genel alay konusu
take a joke
(deyim) şakadan anlamak,şakaya gelmek
treat s.t. as a joke
işi şakaya vurmak
treat smth. as a joke
şaka olarak almak
turn something into a joke
şakaya bozmak
turn something into a joke
şakaya dökmek
Englisch - Englisch
A worthless thing or person

The president was a joke.

To do or say something for humourous amusement rather than seriously

I didn’t mean what I said — I was only joking.

An amusing story
Something said or done for amusement

It was a joke!.

{n} a jest, mirth
{v} to jest, to be merry
blag
{i} funny tale, jest, humorous remark
a triviality not to be taken seriously; "I regarded his campaign for mayor as a joke"
A plane for smoothing the surfaces of pieces which are to be accurately joi
a triviality not to be taken seriously; "I regarded his campaign for mayor as a joke" a humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter; "he told a very funny joke"; "he knows a million gags"; "thanks for the laugh"; "he laughed unpleasantly at hisown jest"; "even a schoolboy's jape is supposed to have some ascertainable point" act in a funny or teasing way tell a joke; speak humorously; "He often jokes even when he appears serious" To fit as if by joints; to coalesce as joints do; as, the stones joint, neatly
disapproval If you say that something or someone is a joke, you think they are ridiculous and do not deserve respect. It's ridiculous, it's pathetic, it's a joke
If you joke, you tell someone something that is not true in order to amuse yourself. Don't get defensive, Charlie. I was only joking `I wish you made as much fuss of me,' Vera joked
a humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter; "he told a very funny joke"; "he knows a million gags"; "thanks for the laugh"; "he laughed unpleasantly at hisown jest"; "even a schoolboy's jape is supposed to have some ascertainable point"
a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement
A projecting or retreating part in something; any irregularity of line or surface, as in a wall
emphasis If you describe a situation as no joke, you are emphasizing that it is very difficult or unpleasant. Two hours on a bus is no joke, is it
If you make a joke of something, you laugh at it even though it is in fact rather serious or sad. I wish I had your courage, Michael, to make a joke of it like that
feelings You say you're joking or you must be joking to someone when they have just told you something that is so surprising or unreasonable that you find it difficult to believe. One hundred and forty quid for a pair of headphones, you've got to be joking!
To make merry with; to make jokes upon; to rally; to banter; as, to joke a comrade
A joke is something untrue that you tell another person in order to amuse yourself. It was probably just a joke to them, but it wasn't funny to me
act in a funny or teasing way tell a joke; speak humorously; "He often jokes even when he appears serious"
activity characterized by good humor
A narrow piece of scenery used to join together two flats or wings of an interior setting
Something not said seriously, or not actually meant; something done in sport
A joke is something that is said or done to make you laugh, for example a funny story. He debated whether to make a joke about shooting rabbits, but decided against it No one told worse jokes than Claus
If you say that the joke is on a particular person, you mean that they have been made to look very foolish by something. `For once,' he said, `the joke's on me. And it's not very funny.'
A place of low resort, as for smoking opium
{f} tell a funny tale, jest, make a witty remark
A program with annoying or funny functionality, but it’s not destructive
One who, or that which, joints
disapproval If you say that someone cannot take a joke, you are criticizing them for getting upset or angry at something you think is funny. `What's the matter with you, Simon?' Curly said. `Can't you take a joke?'
emphasis If you say that an annoying or worrying situation is beyond a joke, you are emphasizing that it is worse than you think is fair or reasonable. I'm not afraid of a fair fight but this is beginning to get beyond a joke
- a program that looks like a virus when open and has some sort of virus message on it but does no real damage
act in a funny or teasing way
Something said for the sake of exciting a laugh; something witty or sportive (commonly indicating more of hilarity or humor than jest); a jest; a witticism; as, to crack good-natured jokes
a device for expressing humor that employs a setup which contains a decoy assumption to misdirect the audience into accepting a bogus 1st story; and a punch which contains a reinterpretation which creates a 2nd story that shatters the decoy assumption
tell a joke; speak humorously; "He often jokes even when he appears serious"
Having joints; articulated; full of nodes; knotty; as, a jointed doll; jointed structure
To fit as if by joints; to coalesce as joints do; as, the stones joint, neatly
If you joke, you tell funny stories or say amusing things. She would joke about her appearance Lorna was laughing and joking with Trevor The project was taking so long that Stephen joked that it would never be finished `Well, a beautiful spring Thursday would probably be a nice day to be buried on,' Nancy joked
To do something for sport, or as a joke; to be merry in words or actions; to jest
joke book
A book containing a collection of jokes
joke books
plural form of joke book
joke shop
A shop selling items for use in practical jokes
joke shops
plural form of joke shop
Irish joke
a very simple joke with a punchline implying that the Irish are stupid
Newfie joke
A brief, humorous, often ridiculous story, the tone of which may range from playful to deeply offensive, which depicts one or more Newfoundlanders as rustic, unsophisticated, or lacking in intelligence

Gerald Thomas, one of the finest folklore scholars in Canada today, contributed a Newfie joke collection.

bad joke
A situation that is badly planned, or illogical

Upon seeing Keyes' face, 15 MSNBC|MSNBC]] executives promptly resigned. Alan Keyes|Alan Keyes]]? Alan Keyes is Making Sense|Alan Keyes is Making Sense]] Alan Keyes? You've gotta be kidding me. Incidentally, the name of that show always seemed like a bad joke to me.

dirty joke
A joke with a morally objectionable or obscene punchline

The old woman left the concert because she was disgusted with the comedian's dirty jokes.

in-joke
A piece of humour that is understood only by a group of people

We have an in-joke, whenever someone sings a wrong note they wipe the mistake off their music with an obvious gesture.

inside joke
A joke that is understood or meant to be understood only by certain people who are in the know about the details

After the incident with the potato peeler, references to potatoes became an inside joke among the witnesses.

jokes
Really good
jokes
plural form of joke
jokily
In a joky manner; jokingly, humorously
knock knock joke
Alternative spelling of knock-knock joke
knock-knock joke
One of a class of childish jokes told as a dialog, and usually including a pun, in the following form:

Judith like me becauthe I have a lithp? (ie, Do you dislike me because I have a lisp?).

lame joke
An attempt at humor which is perceived to have been used previously to the point of being cliche, or was never funny to begin with
light bulb joke
Any joke of the form "How many X does it take to change a light bulb?" followed by a witty riposte, usually incorporating a stereotype of "X"
practical joke
Something done for amusement to the detriment of someone else

The class put a whoopee cushion on the teacher's chair as a practical joke.

private joke
An in-joke; a piece of humour understood only by a group of people
running joke
A joke that continues in many episodes of a television series
standing joke
A laughing matter amongst a group of people, about something customary

The two aunts laughed heartily , too, for Gabriel's solicitude was a standing joke with them. - The Dead, by James Joyce.

take a joke
To accept a joke at one's expense
the joke is on somebody
The person who made the joke himself became the subject of a joke

Luckily, we will never pay this debt off, so perhaps the joke is on them after all.

there's a grain of truth in every joke
Every time when any person is kidding, he or she is actually disguising thoughts and emotions, either subconsciously or deliberately
good joke
funny joke, amusing gag
in-joke
An in-joke (also known as an in joke or inside joke) is a joke whose humor is clear only to those people who are "inside" a social group, occupation or other community of common understanding; an esoteric joke. It is only humorous to those who know the situation behind it. Inside jokes may exist within a small social clique, such as a group of friends. They also may extend to an entire profession (e.g., inside jokes in the film industry)
inside joke
A joke that is understood by only those who work or play together. """Would you like to buy some of our liveware?"" I asked. She frowned. ""Never mind,"" I said. ""It's an inside joke. Ha ha."""
inside joke
An in-joke (also known as an in joke or inside joke) is a joke whose humor is clear only to those people who are "inside" a social group, occupation or other community of common understanding; an esoteric joke. It is only humorous to those who know the situation behind it. Inside jokes may exist within a small social clique, such as a group of friends. They also may extend to an entire profession (e.g., inside jokes in the film industry)
knock knock joke
The knock-knock joke is a type of joke, probably the best-known format of the pun, and is a time-honoured "call and answer" exercise
the butt of the joke
The person who is laughed at. "Frank is so sensitive. He hates to be the butt of a joke."
A joke
funny
a joke
jape
a joke
gag
as a joke
for laughs, in jest, in a joking manner
bad joke
terrible joke, lame jest
blue joke
{i} dirty joke
coarse joke
crude joke, vulgar jest, indecent crack, dirty joke, lewd joke
crack a joke
play a joke
dirty joke
{i} rude joke, joke containing crude or sexual content
dirty joke
an indelicate joke
dull joke
{i} boring joke; British humor (Slang)
ethnic joke
a joke at the expense of some ethnic group
in-joke
a joke that is only understood by a particular group of people
in-joke
a joke that is appreciated only by members of some particular group of people
infantile joke
immature joke
it is no joke
it is not funny, it is a serious matter
it's no joke
it is not funny, it is a serious matter
joked
past of joke
jokes
plural of joke
joking
kidding, trying to fool
joking
present participle of joke
joking
{i} kidding, jesting, teasing
joking
characterized by jokes and good humor
joking
bantering
joking
jesting
jokingly
A narrow piece of scenery used to join together two flats or wings of an interior setting
jokingly
A plane for smoothing the surfaces of pieces which are to be accurately joi
jokingly
A projecting or retreating part in something; any irregularity of line or surface, as in a wall
jokingly
in jest; "I asked him jokingly whether he thought he could drive the Calcutta-Peshawar express" To fit as if by joints; to coalesce as joints do; as, the stones joint, neatly
jokingly
To fit as if by joints; to coalesce as joints do; as, the stones joint, neatly
jokingly
in jest; "I asked him jokingly whether he thought he could drive the Calcutta-Peshawar express"
jokingly
kiddingly, teasingly, in jest
jokingly
not seriously; "I meant it facetiously"
jokingly
In a joking way; sportively
jokingly
Having joints; articulated; full of nodes; knotty; as, a jointed doll; jointed structure
jokingly
One who, or that which, joints
jokingly
A place of low resort, as for smoking opium
jokingly
in a joking manner
jokingly
If you say or do something jokingly, you say or do it with the intention of amusing someone, rather than with any serious meaning or intention. Sarah jokingly called her `my monster'
laugh at a joke
giggle because of a funny story, laugh at a prank or gag
old joke
joke that everybody has heard numerous times
playing a practical joke
making mischief, pulling a prank
practical joke
jest, trick, pulling of one's leg, prank, good-natured trick
practical joke
A practical joke is a trick that is intended to embarrass someone or make them look ridiculous. A mischievous trick played on a person, especially one that causes the victim to experience embarrassment, indignity, or discomfort.practical joker n. a trick that is intended to give someone a surprise or shock, or to make them look stupid joker
practical joke
a prank or trick played on a person (especially one intended to make the victim appear foolish)
private joke
something between the both of them, joke that not everyone understands, humor that is based upon a shared past event
savvy joke
witty joke, wise and shameless joke
see a joke
understand a joke, comprehend a joke
set someone up for a practical joke
put someone in a position of ridicule
sick joke
disgusting joke, joke that is of sick nature
sick joke
a joke in bad taste
stale joke
old joke, joke that is well known and overly told
standing joke
If something is a standing joke among a group of people, they often make jokes about it. Her precision became a standing joke with colleagues
take a joke
listen to a joke at one's one expense; "Can't you take a joke?"
take a joke
listen to a joke at one's one expense; "Can't you take a joke?
you joke
you are not serious!, you jest! (expression of disbelief or sarcasm)
joke
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