Word: gags

Category: gags

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Related words: gags

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Synonyms: gags

muzzle, tie, restraint, joke, jest, witticism, quip, pun, play on words, double entendre, practical joke, stunt, lark, crack, wisecrack, one-liner, laugh, jape

Translations: gags

spanish
mordazas, chistes, bromas, los gags


german
knebelt, witze

french
des gags, bâillons, de gags, les gags

italian
gag, bavagli, battute, bavaglio

portuguese
mordaças, piadas, mordaça, mordaças de

dutch
grappen, Beeldgrapjes, proppen, Knevels

russian
приколами, Gags, кляпы, затычки, гэги

norwegian
knebel, vitser, knebel som, ende knebel

swedish
skämt, lägga munkavle på, lägga munkavle, munkavlar

finnish
piloja, GAG

danish
gag

czech
roubíky, gagy, gagů, roubíků

polish
gagi, gagów, żarty, knebli

hungarian
poénokat, gegek, viccekkel

turkish
Geyik, Esprilerin

greek
φιμώματα, φιμώνει, τα gags, γκαγκ

ukrainian
приколами

albanian
batutash, batutash në

bulgarian
лъжливи, остроумия, GAGs, глюкозаминогликани, гликозаминогликаните

belarusian
прыколамі

estonian
GAG, hargid, naljad

croatian
gegove

lithuanian
kamštukų, GAG, Gags, Krūtų, kamščiai Galūnės

latvian
jautri GAGs

macedonian
гегови, импровизации, геговите

romanian
gagurile, glumele, glume, poante

slovenian
GAG

slovak
roubíky, Mlčadlá, Kolíky

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The meaning and "use of": gags

noun
  • a piece of cloth put in or over a person's mouth to prevent them from speaking or crying out.
  • a device for keeping the patient's mouth open during a dental or surgical operation.
  • a joke or an amusing story or scene, especially one forming part of a comedian's act or in a film or play.

verb
  • put a gag on (someone).
  • choke or retch.

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