joke

joke
[xhouk] n. shaka, hokë; tallje; lojë; rreng; tell a joke tregoj një barceletë; what a joke! hajde shaka, hajde!; ama, e bukur shaka! the joke is that... e bukura është se...; the joke is on you sidoqoftë, ti del i humbur; it's gone beyond a joke nuk është më shaka; play a joke on sb i punoj një rreng dikujt; he can't take a joke nuk ha shaka; I don't see the joke s'e marr vesh këtë shaka.
- vi. tallem, bëj shaka; you must be joking! ç'thua!; bën shaka?
crack a joke them diçka për të qeshur, lëshoj një batutë; no joke punë serioze
joker ['xhoukë:] n 1. shakatar, hokatar. 2. zhrg. tip, person; who does that joker think he is? kush kujton se është ky farë tipi? 3. xhol (në letra). 4. rreng. 5. gj.fol. yçkël, frazë e errët (në një kontratë etj)
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gazmore; shaka

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