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Geleneksel olarak bir nisanda insanlar birbirlerine şakalar yaparlar. - Traditionally on April 1st, people pull pranks on each other.

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


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

Öğretmenler onun eşek şakasını öğrendikten sonra genç büyücü kadına Tom'u tekrar bir insana döndürmesi buyruldu. - The young sorceress was ordered to turn Tom back into a human, after the teachers learned of her prank.

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

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prank .
prank call
telefon şakası
prank oneself out
prank oneself out
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prank oneself up
prank oneself up
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prank out
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prank out
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prank up
prank up
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prank up
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To perform a practical joke on; to trick
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?.

To adorn in a showy manner; to dress or equip ostentatiously

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

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

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    /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.