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joke pronunciación
noun
1 a humorous story crack a joke .
2 anything said or done in jest.
3 an amusing situation.
4 colloq something or someone ludicrous.
verb (joked , joking ) intr
1 to make jokes.
2 to speak in jest, not in earnest.
[17c: from Latin jocus joke]
the joke's on him, her, etc colloq he, she, etc has become the victim of their own joke.
joking apart or aside used when changing the tone of what one is saying: seriously; to be serious.
no joke colloq a serious matter.
play a joke on someone to trick them.
see the joke colloq to see the funny side of a situation.
take a joke to be able to laugh at a joke played on one.


joker pronunciación
noun
1 cards an extra card in a pack, usually bearing a picture of a jester, used in certain games.
2 a cheerful person, always full of jokes.
3 colloq an irresponsible or incompetent person.
4 colloq a person.
joker in the pack someone or something whose effect on a situation is unpredictable.


jokey
adjective (jokier , jokiest )
1 given to joking, good-humoured.
2 as or in a joke.
jokiness noun .


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