Übersetzung von “trick” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

trick

noun countabletrick /trɪk/
sth you do to sb to deceive them or as a joke
tour masculine , blague feminine , ruse feminine

to play a trick on sb
jouer un tour / faire une blague à qqn

a cynical trick to steal from an old woman
une ruse cynique pour escroquer une femme âgée
a special way of doing sth so that it is successful
astuce feminine , truc masculine

There's a trick to growing strawberries in pots.
Il y a une astuce pour faire pousser des fraisiers en pots.
an action in which you perform magic
tour masculine

a magic trick
un tour de magie

trick

verb transitivetrick /trɪk/
to do sth to deceive sb
duper , informal rouler

He tricked me into paying for something that was free.
Il m'a roulé en me faisant payer quelque chose qui était gratuit.

(Übersetzung von “trick” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

trick

noun /trik/

something which is done, said etc in order to cheat or deceive someone, and sometimes to frighten them or make them appear stupid

ruse, tour
The message was just a trick to get her to leave the room.

a clever or skilful action (to amuse etc)

tour
The magician performed some clever tricks.
trickery noun

the act of deceiving or cheating

tromperie
clever trickery.
trickster noun

a cheater.

tricheur/-euse
tricky adjective

difficult

difficile
a tricky problem/job
a tricky person to deal with.
trickily adverb

difficilement
trickiness noun

difficulté
trick question noun

a question that is likely to mislead a person.

question piège
do the trick

to do or be what is necessary

faire l’affaire
I need a piece of paper. This old envelope will do the trick!
play a trick / tricks on

to do something which is amusing to oneself because it deceives or frightens (someone else), or makes them appear stupid

jouer un tour
He played a trick on her by jumping out from behind a wall as she passed.
a trick of the trade

one of the ways of being successful in a job etc

ficelle du métier
Remembering the customers’ names is one of the tricks of the trade.
trick or treat!

an expression used by children on Halloween to ‘‘threaten’’ people that they will do annoying tricks if they do not get sweets or small presents.

Le soir d’Halloween, pendant une période d’environ 3 heures, les enfants Américains courent de maison en maison pour amasser le plus de friandises en disant“des bonbons ou je vous joue un tour

(Übersetzung von “trick” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)