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trick के समानार्थी

(संज्ञा) 
Definition
a joke or prank
We are playing a trick on a man who keeps bothering me.
समानार्थी
joke
I thought she was playing a joke on me at first but she wasn't.
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put-on (slang)
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gag (informal)
He made a gag about bald men.
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spoof (informal)
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caper
Jack would have nothing to do with such childish capers.
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prank
a stupid schoolboy prank
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practical joke
They played a silly practical joke on her.
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antic
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jape
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leg-pull (British, informal)
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cantrip (Scottish)
(संज्ञा) 
Definition
a deceitful or cunning action or plan
That was a really mean trick.
समानार्थी
deception
You've been the victim of a rather cruel deception.
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trap
He was trying to decide whether the question was a trap.
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fraud
He never wrote the letter; it was a fraud.
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con (slang)
I am afraid you have been the victim of a con.
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sting (informal)
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manoeuvre
manoeuvres to block the electoral process
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dodge
It was probably just a dodge to stop you going away.
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ploy
a cynical marketing ploy
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scam (slang)
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gimmick
It's just a public relations gimmick.
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hoax
His claim to have a bomb was a hoax.
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deceit
He was guilty of theft, fraud and deceit on an incredible scale.
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swindle
He fled to Switzerland rather than face trial for a tax swindle.
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ruse
This was a ruse to divide them.
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artifice
the artifice and illusion of sleight-of-hand card tricks
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subterfuge
Most people can see right through that type of subterfuge.
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canard
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feint
a tiny feint or lunge to one side
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stratagem
a competitive stratagem to secure customer loyalty
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fastie (Australian, slang)
(संज्ञा) 
Definition
an illusory or magical feat or device
He shows me card tricks.
समानार्थी
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device
His actions are obviously a device to buy time.
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stunt
a bold promotional stunt
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legerdemain
the kind of legerdemain you'd expect from a magician
(संज्ञा) 
Definition
a clever way of doing something, learned from experience
She showed me all the tricks of the trade.
समानार्थी
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skill
The cut of a diamond depends on the skill of its craftsman.
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knack
He's got the knack of getting people to listen.
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art
the art of seduction and romance
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hang (informal)
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technique
He went abroad to improve his tennis technique.
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know-how (informal)
He hasn't got the know-how to run a farm.
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craft
Lilyanne learned her craft of cooking from her grandmother.
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expertise
the lack of management expertise within the company
(संज्ञा) 
Definition
a deceptive illusion
It appears to be on fire, but it's just a trick of the light.
समानार्थी
illusion
The rapid changes of lighting created an illusion of movement.
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mirage
Through my half-closed eyelids I began to see mirages.
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optical illusion
(संज्ञा) 
Definition
a habit or mannerism
all her little tricks and funny voices
समानार्थी
mannerism
Her mannerisms are those of a preoccupied academic.
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habit
He has an endearing habit of licking his lips.
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characteristic
Genes determine the characteristics of every living thing.
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trait
Creativity is a human trait.
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quirk
the quirks and foibles of people in everyday situations
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peculiarity
He had many little peculiarities.
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foible
human foibles and weaknesses
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idiosyncrasy
One of his idiosyncrasies was to wear orange gloves.
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crotchet
(क्रिया) 
Definition
to defraud, deceive, or cheat (someone)
He'll be upset when he finds out how you tricked him.
समानार्थी
deceive
He has deceived and disillusioned us all.
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trap
Were you trying to trap her into making an admission?
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have someone on
I thought he was just having me on.
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take someone in (informal)
He was a real charmer who totally took me in.
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fool
Art dealers fool a lot of people.
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cheat
He cheated an old woman out of her life savings.
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con (informal)
She claimed that a fraudster had conned her out of her life savings.
The British motorist has been conned by the government.
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kid (informal)
Are you sure you're not kidding me?
I'm just kidding.
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stiff (slang)
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sting (informal)
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mislead
Ministers knowingly misled the public.
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hoax
He recently hoaxed a number of celebrities.
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defraud
He pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud the government.
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dupe
Some of the offenders duped the psychologists.
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gull (archaic)
Consumers are no longer so easily gulled into paying extra for a designer label.
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delude
We delude ourselves that we are in control.
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swindle
He swindled investors out of millions of pounds.
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impose upon
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bamboozle (informal)
He was bamboozled by conmen.
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hoodwink
Many people are hoodwinked by the so-called beauty industry.
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put one over on (informal)
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pull the wool over someone's eyes
a phony psychic who pulled the wool over everyone's eyes
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pull a fast one on (informal)
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scam (slang)

मुहावरा

See do the trick

वाक्यांशयुक्त क्रिया

See trick something or someone out or up

उद्धरण

I know a trick worth two of that [William ShakespeareHenry IV, part I]

अतिरिक्त समानार्थी शब्द

in the sense of art
Definition
skill
the art of seduction and romance
in the sense of artifice
Definition
a clever trick
the artifice and illusion of sleight-of-hand card tricks
in the sense of bamboozle
Definition
to cheat
He was bamboozled by conmen.
समानार्थी
do (informal),
kid (informal),
skin (slang),
take in (informal),
con (informal),
sting (informal),
rip off (slang),
gull (archaic),
stitch up (slang),
double-cross (informal),
diddle (informal),
take for a ride (informal),
do the dirty on (British, informal),
pull a fast one on (informal),

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