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  • 101fun — [17] A fun was originally a ‘trick, hoax, practical joke’: ‘A Hackney Coachman he did hug her, and was not this a very good Fun?’ Thomas D’Urfey, Pills to Purge Melancholy 1719. It came from the contemporary verb fun ‘cheat, hoax’, which was… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 102fun — [17] A fun was originally a ‘trick, hoax, practical joke’: ‘A Hackney Coachman he did hug her, and was not this a very good Fun?’ Thomas D’Urfey, Pills to Purge Melancholy 1719. It came from the contemporary verb fun ‘cheat, hoax’, which was… …

    Word origins

  • 103Fun Down There — Infobox Film name = Fun Down There image size = caption = director = Roger Stigliano producer = Roger Stigliano writer = Roger Stigliano Michael Waite narrator = starring = Michael Waite music = James Baker Wayne Hammond cinematography = Peggy… …

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  • 104Fun It — Queen – Jazz Veröffentlichung 10. November 1978 Label EMI/Parlophone; Elektra, Hollywood Records (USA) Format(e) LP, Cassette; CD Genre(s) …

    Deutsch Wikipedia

  • 105fun run — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms fun run : singular fun run plural fun runs an event in which many people run a long distance, usually in order to make money for a charity …

    English dictionary

  • 106fun house — {n.} A place where people see many funny things and have tricks played on them to make them laugh or have a good time. * /The boys and girls had a good time looking at themselves in mirrors in the fun house./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 107fun house — {n.} A place where people see many funny things and have tricks played on them to make them laugh or have a good time. * /The boys and girls had a good time looking at themselves in mirrors in the fun house./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 108fun\ house — noun A place where people see many funny things and have tricks played on them to make them laugh or have a good time. The boys and girls had a good time looking at themselves in mirrors in the fun house …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 109make merry — have fun, laugh and celebrate We decided to go to a nice restaurant and make merry for the evening …

    Idioms and examples

  • 110make a night of it — informal to stay out late into the night having fun I know a jazz club we can go to, if you want to make a night of it …

    English dictionary

  • 111make\ merry — v. phr. literary To have fun, laugh, and be happy, In Aesop s fable the grasshopper made merry while the ant worked and saved up food. In the Bible story a rich man ate and drank and made merry …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 112make a night of it — have fun until late at night, stay out and entertain oneself until the late hours …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 113make merry — I m afraid we may have made merry a bit too long last night Syn: have fun, have a good time, enjoy oneself, have a party, celebrate, carouse, feast, ‘eat, drink, and be merry, ’ revel, roister; informal party, have a ball …

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  • 114poke\ fun\ at — • make fun of • poke fun at v. phr. informal To joke about; laugh at; tease; mock. Men like to make fun of the trimmings on women s hats. James poked fun at the new pupil because her speech was not like the other pupils …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 115poke fun at — make fun of or poke fun at to make jokes about someone or something in an unkind way The other children made fun of her because she was always so serious …

    English dictionary

  • 116poke fun at — MOCK, make fun of, ridicule, laugh at, jeer at, sneer at, deride, scorn, scoff at, pillory, lampoon, tease, taunt, rag, chaff, jibe at; informal send up, take the mickey out of, kid, rib; Brit. informal wind up; N. Amer. informal goof on, rag on; …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 117poke fun — verb subject to laughter or ridicule (Freq. 1) The satirists ridiculed the plans for a new opera house The students poked fun at the inexperienced teacher His former students roasted the professor at his 60th birthday • Syn: ↑ridicule, ↑roast, ↑ …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 118School Fun — was a British comic book that ran from the issues dated 15 October 1983 to 26 May 1984, when it merged with Buster. As the name implies, the comic s gimmick was that every strip revolved around school.Its strips included:*B.Ware Caretaker a… …

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  • 119poke fun at — laugh at, make fun of    Would you poke fun at someone who can t speak Chinese? …

    English idioms

  • 120poke fun at — I never meant to poke fun at you Syn: mock, make fun of, ridicule, laugh at, jeer at, sneer at, deride, scorn, scoff at, pillory, lampoon, tease, taunt, chaff, jibe at; informal send up, kid, rib, goof on …

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