trick

I 1. [trɪk]
nome
1) (thing that deceives or outwits) trucco m., imbroglio m.

a clever trick — una furberia, un'astuzia

to play a trick on sb. — giocare un tiro o fare uno scherzo a qcn.

a trick of the light — un'illusione ottica

2) (by magician, conjurer) trucco m., gioco m. di prestigio; (by dog) gioco m.
3) colloq. (mischievous behaviour) tiro m., scherzo m.

he is up to his tricks again — ne sta di nuovo combinando una delle sue

4) (knack, secret) trucco m., stratagemma m.

the trick is to do — il trucco sta nel fare

to have a trick of doing sth. — avere il dono di fare qcs.

to know a trick or two o a few tricks — essere scafato o smaliziato (about in)

5) (habit, mannerism) abitudine f., mania f.

to have a trick of doing — avere l'abitudine di fare

6) (in cards) presa f.

to take o win a trick — fare un punto

2.
modificatore [photo, shot] truccato
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the tricks of the trade — i trucchi del mestiere

to do the trick — servire, funzionare, andare bene

not, never to miss a trick — non farsene scappare una, non sbagliare un colpo

II [trɪk]
verbo transitivo imbrogliare, ingannare

to trick sb. into doing — indurre qcn. a fare (con l'inganno)

to trick sb. out of their inheritance — frodare qcn. per sottrargli la sua eredità

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[trik] 1. noun
1) (something which is done, said etc in order to cheat or deceive someone, and sometimes to frighten them or make them appear stupid: The message was just a trick to get her to leave the room.) trucco, stratagemma
2) (a clever or skilful action (to amuse etc): The magician performed some clever tricks.) trucco
2. adjective
(intended to deceive or give a certain illusion: trick photography.) truccato
- trickster
- tricky
- trickily
- trickiness
- trick question
- do the trick
- play a trick / tricks on
- a trick of the trade
- trick or treat!
* * *
I 1. [trɪk]
nome
1) (thing that deceives or outwits) trucco m., imbroglio m.

a clever trick — una furberia, un'astuzia

to play a trick on sb. — giocare un tiro o fare uno scherzo a qcn.

a trick of the light — un'illusione ottica

2) (by magician, conjurer) trucco m., gioco m. di prestigio; (by dog) gioco m.
3) colloq. (mischievous behaviour) tiro m., scherzo m.

he is up to his tricks again — ne sta di nuovo combinando una delle sue

4) (knack, secret) trucco m., stratagemma m.

the trick is to do — il trucco sta nel fare

to have a trick of doing sth. — avere il dono di fare qcs.

to know a trick or two o a few tricks — essere scafato o smaliziato (about in)

5) (habit, mannerism) abitudine f., mania f.

to have a trick of doing — avere l'abitudine di fare

6) (in cards) presa f.

to take o win a trick — fare un punto

2.
modificatore [photo, shot] truccato
••

the tricks of the trade — i trucchi del mestiere

to do the trick — servire, funzionare, andare bene

not, never to miss a trick — non farsene scappare una, non sbagliare un colpo

II [trɪk]
verbo transitivo imbrogliare, ingannare

to trick sb. into doing — indurre qcn. a fare (con l'inganno)

to trick sb. out of their inheritance — frodare qcn. per sottrargli la sua eredità


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