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Definition of “caper” - Learner’s Dictionary

caper

noun [C]     /ˈkeɪpər/
something that is done as a joke, or intended to entertain people: His new movie is a comic caper.Behaving in a silly way
Translations of “caper”
in Vietnamese hành vi có hại…
in Spanish travesura…
in Thai อาการสนุกสนาน…
in Malaysian melonjak-lonjak…
in French farce(s)…
in German der Streich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 行為, 不法勾當, 不同尋常的行為…
in Indonesian melucu…
in Russian шутка…
in Turkish şaka, komik şeyler, eğlence…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行为, 不法勾当, 不同寻常的行为…
in Polish żart, figiel…
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