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April fool

noun [C usually singular] uk   us  
a trick played on someone on April Fools' Day, or the person who is tricked

April fool

exclamation uk   UK ( US April fools!) us  
said on April Fools' Day when you have tricked someone
Translations of “April fool”
in Chinese (Traditional) 在愚人節開的玩笑, 愚人節時受愚弄的人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在愚人节开的玩笑, 愚人节时受 愚弄的人…
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