clown around


clown around
v.
hacer el payaso, echar relajo, gansear, hacerse tarugos, lesear.

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  • clown around — verb act as or like a clown • Syn: ↑clown, ↑antic • Derivationally related forms: ↑antic (for: ↑antic), ↑clown (for: ↑clown), ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • clown around — in. to act silly; to mess around. □ Please stop clowning around and get to sleep. □ We were just clowning around. We didn’t mean to break anything …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

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  • clown around — verb to have fun in an irresponsible manner Syn: act out, goof off, horse around, muck about, muck around, muck up, yuk it up …   Wiktionary

  • clown around — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. fool around, kid around, cut up*; see joke , play 2 …   English dictionary for students

  • clown — [[t]kla͟ʊn[/t]] clowns, clowning, clowned 1) N COUNT A clown is a performer in a circus who wears funny clothes and bright make up, and does silly things in order to make people laugh. 2) VERB If you clown, you do silly things in order to make… …   English dictionary

  • clown — I UK [klaʊn] / US noun [countable] Word forms clown : singular clown plural clowns 1) a performer in a circus who wears funny clothes and makes people laugh by doing silly things 2) someone who often makes people laugh by doing or saying funny… …   English dictionary

  • clown — clown1 [klaun] n [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Perhaps from French coulon someone who settles in a new country , from Latin colonus; COLONY] 1.) someone who wears funny clothes, a red nose, bright ↑make up on their face etc, and does silly things to… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • clown — 1 noun (C) 1 someone who entertains people in a circus (1) by dressing in funny clothes, and doing things to make people laugh 2 someone who often makes jokes or behaves in a funny way: Frankie was a bit of a clown always up to mischief and… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • clown — {{11}}clown (n.) 1560s, also cloyne, rustic, boor, peasant, origin uncertain. Perhaps from Scandinavian dialect (Cf. Icelandic klunni clumsy, boorish fellow; Swed. kluns a hard knob, a clumsy fellow ), or akin to N.Fris. klönne clumsy person, or …   Etymology dictionary

  • clown — clown1 [ klaun ] noun count 1. ) a performer in a CIRCUS who wears funny clothes and makes people laugh by doing silly things 2. ) someone who often makes people laugh by doing or saying funny things 3. ) someone who is silly, stupid, or annoying …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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