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  • 121 trick out of — [phrasal verb] trick (someone) out of (something) : to use a trick to get (something) from (someone) She was tricked out of [=cheated out of] her savings. • • • Main Entry: ↑trick …

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  • 122 Trick It Out — Trick It Out: MTV s Tuner Challenge , is an MTV reality television show focusing on automobile modification. The show airs primarily on MTV2 and is hosted by award winning car tuner, RJ de Vera, and narrated by MTV news personality, Sway Calloway …

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  • 123 Trick Shot — Desarrolladora(s) Imagic Distribuidora(s) Imagic Diseñador(es) Dennis Koble Plataforma(s) Atari 2600 …

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  • 124 trick or treat! — ☆ trick or treat! traditional greeting used by a TRICK OR TREATER: orig. used with the meaning “give me a treat or I will play a trick on you!” * * * …

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  • 125 trick-or-treater — ☆ trick or treater [trik′ər trēt′ər ] n. 〚see TRICK OR TREAT!〛 a person, typically a child, who goes from door to door in costume on Halloween asking for candy or other treats trick or treating n. * * * …

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  • 126 Trick siebzehn —   Als »Trick siebzehn« bezeichnet man umgangssprachlich den richtigen Kniff: Wie hast du nur deinen Vater dazu gekriegt, dir das Taschengeld zu erhöhen? Trick siebzehn! Ich habe ihm erzählt, dass wir für unsere Schulbücher jetzt eine Leihgebühr… …

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  • 127 trick or treat! — ☆ trick or treat! traditional greeting used by a TRICK OR TREATER: orig. used with the meaning “give me a treat or I will play a trick on you!” …

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  • 128 trick-or-treater — ☆ trick or treater [trik′ər trēt′ər ] n. [see TRICK OR TREAT!] a person, typically a child, who goes from door to door in costume on Halloween asking for candy or other treats trick or treating n …

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  • 129 trick´ish|ness — trick|ish «TRIHK ihsh», adjective. rather tricky. –trick´ish|ly, adverb. –trick´ish|ness, noun …

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  • 130 trick´ish|ly — trick|ish «TRIHK ihsh», adjective. rather tricky. –trick´ish|ly, adverb. –trick´ish|ness, noun …

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  • 131 trick|ish — «TRIHK ihsh», adjective. rather tricky. –trick´ish|ly, adverb. –trick´ish|ness, noun …

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  • 132 trick´si|ness — trick|sy «TRIHK see», adjective. 1. mischievous; playful; frolicsome: »a frolicsome and tricksy creature, full of wild fantastic humours (W. H. Hudson). 2. tricky: »The chopping about has begun to seem tricksy and ornamental (New Stateman).… …

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  • 133 Trick candles — are a novelty candle used often at children s birthday parties. These candles relight themselves, using a fuse similar to those in dynamite sticks, the principle being that by igniting magnesium inserted into the wick of the candle, the paraffin… …

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  • 134 trick-or-treat — trick or treater, n. /trik euhr treet /, v.i. to become involved or take part in trick or treat. [1940 45] * * * …

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  • 135 trick or treat — noun singular a custom in which children visit your home at HALLOWEEN and say Trick or treat? as a way of asking for candy …

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  • 136 trick question — noun count a question that seems to have an easy answer but is really designed to trick you …

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  • 137 trick question — trick questions N COUNT If someone asks you a trick question, they ask you a question which is very difficult to answer, for example because there is a hidden difficulty or because the answer that seems obvious is not the correct one …

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  • 138 trick of the trade — A trick of the trade is something used by people experienced in an area that helps them …

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  • 139 trick or treat — ► trick or treat chiefly N. Amer. a children s custom of calling at houses at Halloween with the threat of pranks if they are not given a small gift. Main Entry: ↑trick …

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  • 140 trick cyclist — noun 1. An acrobat who performs tricks on a unicycle or cycle 2. A psychiatrist (slang) • • • Main Entry: ↑trick …

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