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kid 1

American English: /kɪd/
British English: /kɪd/

noun

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kid 2

present participle kidding past tense, past participle kidded

intransitive verb

  • [colloquial] don't get upset, I was only kidding
    no te pongas así, estaba bromeando or era en broma
    he was 92, no kidding!
    ¡tenía 92 años, te lo juro!
    I've won the lottery — no kidding!
    ¡me ha tocado la lotería! — ¡no me digas!
    Example sentences
    • At first I thought he was just kidding around, as did everyone else, but he was genuinely challenging the lecturers, at points raising his voice and even banging on the desk like a child that wasn't getting it's way.
    • He laughs again to show he's not posturing, he's kidding around.
    • He kids around, annoying Mike and amusing Frank.

transitive verb

  • 1 (tease)to kid somebody (about something)
    tomarle el pelo a alguien (con algo)
    he's just kidding you on or along or (US also) around
    te está tomando el pelo
    Example sentences
    • My dad used to kid her and tease her about it on election day.
    • How I would kid him about all the air time and the praise he was getting.
    • I'm around other people's fathers and Ayesha's father used to tease me and Anya, Anya especially, and we kidded him right back.
  • 2 (deceive) who do you think you're kidding?
    ¿a quién te crees que estás engañando?
    you can't kid me it was just an oversight
    a mí no me vas a hacer creer que se te pasó por alto
    you're kidding yourself if …
    te engañas si …
    don't kid yourself!
    ¡no te hagas ilusiones!
    stop kidding yourself!
    ¡desengáñate!
    ¡abre los ojos!
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