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Turkish translation of “joke”

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joke

verb
 
 
/dʒəʊk/
B1 [I] to say funny things, or not be serious
şaka yapmak, fıkra anlatmak, ciddi olmamak
She always jokes about her husband's cooking.Humour and humorous
You must be joking!/You're joking! informal B1 something you say to show that you are surprised by what someone has said, or do not believe it is true
'Şaka yapıyorsun herhalde!', 'Dalga mı geçiyorsun?'
Expressions of surprise
jokingly adverb
şaka yaparcasına
Translations of “joke”
in Korean 농담을 하다…
in Arabic يَمْزَح…
in French plaisanter…
in Italian scherzare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 說笑話, 開玩笑…
in Russian шутить…
in Polish żartować…
in Spanish bromear…
in Portuguese dizer piadas, caçoar, brincar…
in German spaßen…
in Catalan fer broma…
in Japanese 冗談を言う…
in Chinese (Simplified) 说笑话, 开玩笑…
(Definition of joke verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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