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Polish translation of “joke”

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joke

noun
 
 
/dʒəʊk/
B1 [C] something which someone says to make people laugh, usually a short story with a funny ending
dowcip
to tell/make a joke Humour and humorous
be a joke informal to not be serious or not deserve respect
być farsą
The investigation was a joke.Stupid and sillyOf unsound mind
be no joke to be serious or difficult
≈ to nie żart
It's no joke driving on icy roads.Lacking humour
take a joke to understand and accept a trick without becoming angry or upset
mieć poczucie humoru
→  See also practical joke Humour and humorous
Translations of “joke”
in Korean 농담…
in Arabic نُكْتة…
in French blague, tour…
in Italian barzelletta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 壞/愚蠢, 荒唐可笑的人(或事物)…
in Russian анекдот, шутка…
in Turkish şaka, espri, fıkra…
in Spanish chiste, gracia…
in Portuguese piada…
in German der Witz, der Streich…
in Catalan acudit…
in Japanese 冗談, ジョーク…
in Chinese (Simplified) 坏/愚蠢, 荒唐可笑的人(或事物)…
(Definition of joke noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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