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Translation of "Trick or treat!" - English-Turkish dictionary

Trick or treat!

something that children say on Halloween (= a holiday on 31 October), when they dress to look frightening and visit people's houses to ask for sweets
Ya kanarsın ya bakarsın!'; Cadılar Bayramı'nda çocukların korkutucu kıyafetler giyerek ve kapı kapı dolaşarak şeker/çikolata isterken söyledikleri ifade
Children's gamesSpecific holidays and festivalsReligious festivals
go trick or treating If children go trick or treating, they visit people's houses on Halloween to ask for sweets.
Cadılar Bayram'nda 'Ya kanarsın ya bakarsın!' oyunu oynamak
Children's gamesSpecific holidays and festivalsReligious festivals
Translations of “Trick or treat!”
in Russian кошелек или жизнь…
in Polish cukierek albo figielek!…
(Definition of Trick or treat! from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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