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poke1 US English

Jab or prod (someone or something), especially with one’s finger

poke2 US English

A bag or small sack

poke3 US English

another term for pokeweed.

a poke around in poke1 US English

A look or search around a place

poke around/about in poke1 US English

Look around a place, typically in search of something

poke-check US English

Poke the puck off the stick of and out of the possession of (an opposing player)

poke fun at in poke1 US English

Tease or make fun of

poke fun at US English

Tease or make fun of

poke around/about US English

Look around a place, typically in search of something

poke mullock at in mullock US English

Ridicule (someone)

poke mullock at US English

Ridicule (someone)

poke one's nose into in poke1 US English

Take an intrusive interest in

a pig in a poke in pig US English

Something that is bought or accepted without knowing its value or seeing it first

a pig in a poke US English

Something that is bought or accepted without knowing its value or seeing it first

take a poke at someone in poke1 US English

Hit or punch someone

poke one's nose into US English

Take an intrusive interest in

take a poke at someone US English

Hit or punch someone

slowpoke US English

A person who acts or moves slowly

poke bonnet in poke1 US English

A woman’s bonnet with a projecting brim or front, popular especially in the early 19th century

make fun of US English

Tease, laugh at, or joke about (someone) in a mocking or unkind way

better than a poke in the eye (with a sharp stick) in poke1 US English

Welcome or pleasing, even if other circumstances might be better

better than a poke in the eye (with a sharp stick) US English

Welcome or pleasing, even if other circumstances might be better

poke US Thesaurus

she poked him in the ribs

poke English-Spanish

to poke the fire

poke about English-Spanish

fisgonear, husmear

poke along English-Spanish

ir* a paso de tortuga

poke around English-Spanish

fisgonear, husmear

to have a poke in poke English-Spanish

echarse un polvo, coger* Méx, RPlvulgar, follar Espvulgar

to poke sb's eye out in poke English-Spanish

sacarle* un ojo a algn

to poke fun at sb/sth in fun English-Spanish

burlarse de algn/algo

to poke sb in the eye in poke English-Spanish

meterle el dedo en el ojo a algn

it's easy to poke holes in their argument in poke English-Spanish

es fácil echar por tierra su argumento

poke a fork into the meat to see if it's done in poke English-Spanish

pincha la carne con un tenedor a ver si está hecha

you're expecting the electorate to buy a pig in a poke in pig English-Spanish

ustedes pretenden que el electorado los vote a ciegas

it's better than a poke in the eye (with a sharp stick) in poke English-Spanish

menos da una piedra, (algo es algo,) peor es nada