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Translation of "poke" - English-Spanish dictionary

poke

verb   /pəʊk/ ( present participle poking, past tense and past participle poked)
to quickly push your finger or other pointed object into someone or something hincar (el dedo o algo puntiagudo) Nell kept poking me in the arm.
(Definition of poke from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

poke

verb /pəuk/
to push something into; to prod meter He poked a stick into the hole He poked her in the ribs with his elbow.
to make (a hole) by doing this hacer un agujero She poked a hole in the sand with her finger.
to (cause to) protrude or project asomar She poked her head in at the window His foot was poking out of the blankets.
poker noun
a (usually metal) rod for stirring up a fire atizador a red-hot poker.
poky adjective ( pokey)
(of a room etc) small, with not enough space minúsculo, diminuto a poky little basement flat.
poke about phrasal verb ( poke around)
to look or search for something among other things fisgonear She was poking about in a drawer trying to find a tape measure.
poke fun at
to laugh at unkindly burlarse de alguien The children often poked fun at him because of his stammer.
poke one’s nose into
to interfere with other people’s business meter la nariz en He is always poking his nose into my affairs.
(Definition of poke from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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