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anticsplural noun

 us   /ˈæn·tɪks/
amusing, ​silly, or ​strangebehavior: The antics of the ​clownsamused the ​children.
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anticsnoun [plural]

uk   /ˈæn.tɪks/  us   /-t̬ɪks/
funny, ​silly, or ​strangebehaviour: But the ​rockstar, whose ​stage antics used to ​includesmashingguitars, is ​older and ​wiser now. The ​crowds were ​once again ​entertained by the number-one ​tennis player's antics on and off the ​court.
(Definition of antics from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “antics”
in Spanish gracias, bufonadas…
in Vietnamese trò hề…
in Malaysian menghiburkan…
in Thai การเล่นตลก…
in French bouffonneries…
in German die Possen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 古怪而可笑的举动, 噱头…
in Turkish maskaralık, soytarılık…
in Russian выходки…
in Indonesian tingkah lucu, kelakar, kejenakaan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 古怪而可笑的舉動, 噱頭…
in Polish wybryki, popisy…
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