Translation: from italianko

to do sth for fun

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  • fun — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ enormous, excellent (BrE), good, great, terrific, tremendous ▪ pure, sheer ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • for — 1 strong,; strong /fO:r/ preposition 1 intended to be given to or belong to a particular person: I ve got a present for you. | Save some for Arthur. 2 intended to be used in a particular situation: We ve bought some new chairs for the office. | a …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • fun — fun1 S2 [fʌn] n [U] [Date: 1600 1700; Origin: fun to play a trick on (17 20 centuries), perhaps from fonne; FOND] 1.) an experience or activity that is very enjoyable and exciting ▪ There s plenty of fun for all the family. ▪ The children were… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fun — 1 /fVn/ adjective 1 (only before noun) a fun activity or experience is enjoyable: It was a fun night out we ll have to do it again sometime. 2 someone who is fun is enjoyable to be with because they are cheerful and amusing : a fun… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • do something for a for laughs — do sth for a ˈlaugh/for ˈlaughs idiom to do sth for fun or as a joke • I just did it for a laugh, but it got out of hand. Main entry: ↑laughidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • do something for a laugh laughs — do sth for a ˈlaugh/for ˈlaughs idiom to do sth for fun or as a joke • I just did it for a laugh, but it got out of hand. Main entry: ↑laughidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • 戏言 — xìyán [a joke, a humorous remark; say sth.for fun] 开玩笑的或不当真的话 …   Advanced Chinese dictionary

  • laugh — 1 verb 1 MAKE SOUND (I) to make the sounds and movements of the face that people make when they think something is funny: Jonathan kept pulling funny faces at me, and I couldn t stop laughing. (+ at/about): I couldn t understand why they were all …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • laugh — laugh1 W2S2 [la:f US læf] v [: Old English; Origin: hliehhan] 1.) to make sounds with your voice, usually while you are smiling, because you think something is funny ▪ Maria looked at him and laughed. laugh at/about ▪ I didn t know what I was… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • kick — 1 verb 1 HIT WITH YOUR FOOT (I, T) to hit something with your foot: She kicked me under the table. | Joe, stop kicking! | kick sth down/over etc: The police kicked the door down. | kick sth around/towards etc: Billy was kicking a ball around the… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • hell — hell1 W3S1 [hel] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(when you die)¦ 2¦(suffering)¦ 3¦(unpleasant situation)¦ 4 what/how/why/where etc the hell? 5 a/one hell of a something 6 go to hell! 7 feel/look like hell 8 beat/surprise/scare the hell out of somebody 9 (just) for… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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