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Englisch - Türkisch
kaba şaka

Bu bir tür eşek şakası olmasa iyi olur. - This had better not be some kind of prank.

Bugün 1 Nisan! Haydi şaka yapmaya! - Today is April 1! Let's play some pranks!


Tom ve Mary muziplik telefon görüşmeleri yapıyordu. - Tom and Mary were making prank phone calls.

Sami muziplik yapmaya devam ediyor. - Sami continues to play pranks.


Bana oyun oynamayı kes! - Stop playing pranks on me!

Eşek şakası

Üzgünüm. Sadece zararsız bir eşek şakası olarak yapılmıştı. - I'm sorry. It was only meant as a harmless prank.

Tom bunun sadece bir eşek şakası olduğunu söyledi. - Tom said it was just a prank.

{f} giydirip kuşatmak
gösteriş yapmak
{f} hava atmak
oyun oynamak
{i} yaramazlık
çok süslemek
{f} süslemek
{f} donatmak
gösteriş yap/giydir
caka satmak
prank .
prank call
telefon şakası
prank oneself out
giyinip kuşanmak
prank oneself out
prank oneself up
prank oneself up
giyinip kuşanmak
prank out
prank out
prank out
giydirip kuşatmak
prank up
prank up
giydirip kuşatmak
prank up
plural of prank .
muziplik çoğul
Englisch - Englisch
To perform a practical joke on; to trick
A practical joke or mischievous trick
To adorn in a showy manner; to dress or equip ostentatiously

For birth, and with all flowrets prankt and pied:.

An evil deed; a malicious trick, an act of cruel deception

Hercules, after all his mad pranks upon his wife and children, was perfectly cured by a purge of hellebor, which an Antieyrian administered unto him.

To call someone's phone and promptly hang up

I don't have your number in my phone, can you prank me?.

{n} a frolic, a wicked deed
{v} to adorn
To make ostentatious show
dress up showily; "He pranked himself out in his best clothes" dress or decorate showily or gaudily; "Roses were pranking the lawn
acting like a clown or buffoon
To adorn in a showy manner; to dress or equip ostentatiously; often followed by up; as, to prank up the body
{f} adorn, decorate, ornament; decorate oneself, dandify oneself, dress up
A gay or sportive action; a ludicrous, merry, or mischievous trick; a caper; a frolic
dress or decorate showily or gaudily; "Roses were pranking the lawn
A prank is a childish trick. A mischievous trick or practical joke. To make an ostentatious display. a trick, especially one which is played on someone to make them look silly
{i} practical joke, mischievous deed, playful act
a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement
Full of gambols or tricks
dress or decorate showily or gaudily; "Roses were pranking the lawn"
dress up showily; "He pranked himself out in his best clothes"
prank call
A practical joke made using the telephone

Until noon only 251 prank calls to the Bronx Zoo had been sifted out, compared with the day-long total of 3352 on April 1, 1960. The pranksters would call Wellington 3-1500 to talk with a Mr. Fox (or Lyon, Bear or Wolf).

prank calls
plural form of prank call
prank oneself with fine clothes
dress up in fancy clothes
A prank
To prank
plural of prank

    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈpraɴɢk/ /ˈpræŋk/


    [ 'pra[ng]k ] (noun.) circa 1529. From Middle English pranken (“to adorn, arrange one's attire”), probably from Middle Dutch pronken, proncken (“to flaunt, make a show, arrange one's attire”). Cognate with Middle Low German prunken (“to flaunt”), German prunken (“to flaunt”), Danish prunke (“to make a show, prank”). Connected also with German prangen (“to make a show, be resplendent”), Dutch prangen (“to squeeze, press”), Danish pragt (“pomp, splendor”), all from Proto-Germanic *pranganan, *prangianan, *prag- (“to press, squeeze, thring”), from Proto-Indo-European *brAngh- (“to press, squeeze”). Sense of "mischievous act" from earlier verbal sense of "to be crafty or subtle, set in order, adjust". See also prink, prance.

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