[trik] 1. noun
1) (something which is done, said etc in order to cheat or deceive someone, and sometimes to frighten them or make them appear stupid: The message was just a trick to get her to leave the room.)
2) (a clever or skilful action (to amuse etc): The magician performed some clever tricks.)
2. adjective
(intended to deceive or give a certain illusion: trick photography.)
- trickster
- tricky
- trickily
- trickiness
- trick question
- do the trick
- play a trick / tricks on
- a trick of the trade
- trick or treat!
* * *
[trik] n 1 engano, embuste, fraude, trapaça. none of your tricks with me / não tente lograr-me. 2 truque, malícia. 3 habilidade, artifício. he has a trick of finding / ele tem a habilidade de achar. 4 tramóia, peça, ardil. he did the trick / ele arrumou o negócio. he played me a dirty trick, he played a dirty trick upon me / ele me pregou uma peça. 5 travessura. 6 hábito, costume. she has tricks that remind me of him / ela tem costumes que me fazem lembrar, dele. 7 todas as cartas jogadas numa rodada. 8 tricks pl subterfúgios, artimanhas. she was up to his tricks / ela percebeu suas artimanhas. • vt+vi 1 enganar, lograr, iludir, pregar uma peça. 2 fazer mágica ou truques. 3 ornar, enfeitar. • adj mágico, relativo ao truque. by a trick of the eye por uma ilusão de óptica. to get/learn the trick aprender o jeito, o truque. to trick into doing persuadir ou levar a fazer. to trick out, to trick up enfeitar. to trick out of desviar a atenção de, enganar, distrair. to trick with brincar, gracejar com. trick for trick na mesma moeda. tricks of law escapatórias da lei. tricks of memory ciladas da memória.

English-Portuguese dictionary. 2013.


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