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Turkish translation of “trick”

trick

noun [C]
 
 
/trɪk/
DECEIVE B1 something you do to deceive or cheat someone, or to make someone look stupid as a joke
aldatmaca, hile, oyun, kandırma, el çabukluğu
a trick question I wasn't really ill - it was just a trick. My little brother liked to play tricks on me (= do things to deceive me as a joke).Cheating and trickingPlotting and trapping
METHOD B2 an effective way of doing something
ustalık, marifet, numara
What's the trick to pulling out this sofa bed?Ways of achieving things
MAGIC B1 something that is done to entertain people and that seems to be magic
oyun, numara, el çabukluğu, muziplik, hile
a card trickCarnival, fairground and circus
→ See also hat trick, do the trick
(Definition of trick noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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