practical joke

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Composé de practical et de joke.

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practical joke (pluriel : practical jokes)

  1. Traquenard, facétie, farce.
    • As a practical joke, he set a bucket of water above the door, so that the next person to enter the room would upset the bucket and cause the water to fall on himself.

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