Translation of prank in Spanish:

prank

Pronunciation: /præŋk/

n

  • broma (f); (of mischievous child) travesura (f), diablura (f) to play a prank on sb gastarle una broma a algn
    More example sentences
    • He loved to tease, and numerous times his friends were the victims of his practical pranks.
    • They were childhood enemies that pulled practical pranks on each other.
    • The mysterious and loosely knit movement has since spiralled and the group has played a series of hoaxes and pranks on the Italian media.

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