joke

  基本词汇  
[dʒəʊk]     [dʒoʊk]    
  • n.笑话;玩笑
  • v.说笑话;开玩笑
jokingly joked joked joking jokes
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joke是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n.(名词)
  1. 笑柄
  2. 笑料
  3. 容易的事
  4. 笑话
  5. 戏谑
  6. 无需认真对待的事情
  7. 轻松的事
  8. 玩笑
  9. 诙谐
  10. 易如反掌的事
  11. 不足取的东西
  12. 无实质性价值的东西
  13. 空话
  14. 玩笑话
  15. 打哈哈
  16. 儿戏
  17. 荒唐可笑的人
v.(动词)
  1. 戏弄
  2. 开…的玩笑
  3. 说笑话
  4. 开玩笑
  5. 取笑
  6. 愚弄
  7. 以说笑话取得
  8. 捉弄
  9. 蒙弄
  10. 讥笑
  11. 挪揄
  12. 嬉耍
  13. 恶作剧
  14. 插科打诨
  15. 开…的玩笑
  16. 闹着玩
  17. 说着玩
  18. 言归正传
  19. 说正经的
  20. 你一定是在开玩笑吧
  21. 通过笑话造成某种局面

双解释义

n.(名词)
  1. [C][U]笑话,玩笑 thing said or done to cause amusement, laughter, etc.
  2. [S]可笑的人、事物、情形 ridiculous person, thing or situation
v.(动词)
  1. vi. 开玩笑,戏弄 say or do things to cause laughter or amusement

行业释义

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英英释义

Noun:
  1. a humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter;

    "he told a very funny joke"
    "he knows a million gags"
    "thanks for the laugh"
    "he laughed unpleasantly at his own jest"
    "even a schoolboy's jape is supposed to have some ascertainable point"

  2. activity characterized by good humor

  3. a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement

  4. a triviality not to be taken seriously;

    "I regarded his campaign for mayor as a joke"

Verb:
  1. tell a joke; speak humorously;

    "He often jokes even when he appears serious"

  2. act in a funny or teasing way

joke的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. He closed his speech with a funny joke.
    他用一则有趣的笑话结束了演讲。
  2. I'm sorry but I can't see the joke.
    很抱歉,我看不出来有什么可笑的。
  3. It is no joke.
    这可不是开玩笑的事。
  4. He can't take a joke.
    他开不得玩笑。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. He's someone I have an occasional chat and joke with.
    我偶然跟他闲聊,一起说笑话。
  2. You must be joking.
    你一定是在开玩笑吧。
  3. Are you joking with us?
    你一定是在笑话我们吧?

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. His joke fell flat because nobody understood it.
    他的笑话没有奏效,因为大家听不懂。
  2. Her joke suddenly clicked with us and we all laughed.
    忽然,我们大家明白了她的笑话,继而都大笑起来。
  3. Once they understood the joke, they broke out into laughter.
    他们一明白那个笑话,就哈哈大笑起来。
  4. The comedian's joke elicited applause and laughter from the audience.
    那位滑稽演员的笑话博得观众的掌声和笑声。
  5. Being a foreigner, he did not catch on the joke.
    他是个外国人,所以理解不了这个笑话的含义。
  6. His cheerful joke made us forget our weariness.
    他那令人愉快的笑话使我们忘记了疲劳。
  7. She didn't know why we were laughing at that joke; in a little while she caught on and laughed too.
    她不知道我们听了那个笑话为什么发笑; 一会儿她懂了,也笑了起来。
  8. They all doubled up when I told my joke.
    当我讲笑话时,他们都笑得直不起身来。
  9. Henry played a joke on John, and next day John got back at him.
    亨利拿约翰开玩笑,第二天约翰就对他进行了报复。
  10. I know you're really awake; you're just playing a joke upon me.
    我知道你是醒着的,你不过在跟我开玩笑罢了。
  11. When Bill was angry with Bob,Bob made a joke, and it cleared the air between them.
    鲍勃惹比尔生气了,鲍勃开了一个玩笑,消除了他们之间的怒气。
  12. I don't mind a joke, but this is going too far.
    说笑话我不在乎,但这也太过分了。
  13. My remark was not intended as a joke.
    我说的话可不是开玩笑的。
  14. He ducked a question with a joke.
    他用笑话回避问题。
  15. “Is this new man funny, then?”“Funny! The way he tells these jokes will knock them in the aisles!”
    “这个新来的人滑稽吗?”“太滑稽了,他要讲起这些笑话来,准能逗得观众捧腹大笑!”
  16. His jokes amused the crying child.
    他的笑话逗笑了那个正哭闹的孩子。
用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. Don't be upset; I was only joking.
    不要生气,我只不过是开个玩笑。
  2. He's always joking; rarely do we see him in such a solemn mood.
    他老是爱开玩笑,我们确实很少见到他这么一本正经。
  3. It is not a subject to joke upon.
    这个问题可不是开玩笑的。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
be beyond a joke
  1. 不是闹着玩的事; 正经的事 be〔become〕 a serious matter

    The state of the wall where people have scribbled on it is beyond a joke. 那堵墙面被人乱涂一气,使人极为恼火。

be no joke
  1. 非常严重 be serious

    It's no joke when your brakes fail on the motorway. 在高速公路上行驶时刹车失灵的后果是非常严重的。

    Trying to find a job these days is no joke,I can tell you. 我实话告诉你,现在想找份工作可不易。

    It is no joke carrying these heavy bags. 搬运这些沉重的袋子可不是闹着玩的。

crack a joke
  1. 讲笑话,开玩笑 speak funny story

    She cracked a joke. 她说了一个笑话。

    To the great amusement of the other travellers, he cracked jokes all the way from Nanjing to Shanghai. 从南京到上海,他一路上讲笑话,逗得其他旅客笑个不停。

have a joke with
  1. 与(某人)一起以某事取笑 share the pleasure of laughing at sth with sb

    He's someone I have an occasional chat and joke with. 我偶尔和他闲聊,一起说笑话。

practical joke
  1. 恶作剧 prank that makes fun at sb else's expense

    He had a bellyful of practical jokes. 他搞恶作剧已经搞够了。

    Chales likes playing practical jokes on other people, but he doesn't like them played on him. 查尔斯喜欢开别人的玩笑,但却不喜欢别人开他的玩笑。

sick joke
  1. 试图使人发笑但作用完全相反的笑话 remark intended to be funny but made in bad taste

    And then he told a sick joke about two people in wheelchairs. 然后,他讲了一个两个人坐在轮椅里的笑话,但那并不使人发笑。

take a joke
  1. 经得起开玩笑 accept playful remarks or tricks with good humour

    Can't you take a joke? 难道你开不起玩笑吗?

用作动词 (v.)
joke about (v.+prep.)
  1. 不严肃地对待 treat sth not seriously joke about sth/v-ing

    Don't joke about his eyes.不要拿他的眼睛开玩笑。

    You should not joke about his mistake.你不应该取笑他的错误。

    They joked about his inaptitude.他们取笑他的笨拙。

    They joked about being in the play, but they really took it very seriously.他们对参加演戏一事开玩笑,但实际上他们对待这件事是很严肃的。

joke with (v.+prep.)
  1. 同…一起讲笑话; 开…的玩笑 share a joke with sb; have fun with sb; make a joke about sb joke with sb

    I'm not serious; I'm only joking with you.我并没有当真,只是和你开个玩笑。

    They were joking with each other.他们在互相开玩笑。

    joke with sb about sth/v-ing

    He joked with me about this matter.他拿那件事来取笑我。

    They joked with me about my coming late.他们拿我来晚了这件事开玩笑。

You must be〔have got to be〕 joking
  1. 一定在开玩笑(用以嘲笑不可信的事) used to express mocking disbelief

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ ~+名词 介词+~ ~+介词
用作动词 (v.)
~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • He looked like a little comic picture waiting for the joke to be written underneath.

    出自:K. Mansfield
  • Fred had made a joke and Henry hadn't laughed.

    出自:J. Mortimer
  • The taxi was..popular when he first arrived..but had rapidly become a joke car.

    出自:attrib.
  • You've got to be joking.

    出自:M. Stewart
  • Even from his sick bed he laughed and joked with everyone.

    出自:Star Style (Bombay)
  • It's too awful even to joke about.

    出自:P. Roth

joke的详细讲解:

词语用法

n.(名词)
  1. joke的基本意思是“笑话,玩笑”,指引人发笑的谈话或故事,也指供人当作笑料的事情。可用作可数名词,也可用作不可数名词。
  2. joke作“可笑的人、事物、情形”解时,多用于单数形式,可与不定冠词连用。
v.(动词)
  1. joke作动词时意思是“开玩笑”“取笑”,不仅指“言”,而且还指“行”,是不及物动词,常用于进行体。
  2. “和某人开玩笑”是joke with sb; “拿某事开玩笑”是joke about sth; “拿某事和某人开玩笑”是joke with sb about sth。习语You must be〔have got to be〕 joking的意思是“你一定是(在)开玩笑”。
  3. joke偶尔还可用作及物动词,这时可接宾语从句。例如:The French joked that it did not matter what you ate, the taste was always the same.法国人曾开玩笑说,不论你吃什么,其味道都是一样的。
  4. 在非正式语体中, joke能引出直接引语,作“用玩笑的口吻说道”解。例如:“We have to find people who know the smell of land.Not bureaucrats,”he jokes.他开玩笑说,“我们必须找到了解陆地情况的人,不是官僚”。

词义辨析

n.(名词)
make a joke, make fun
这两个短语的共同意思是“取笑某人”“同某人开玩笑”。其区别是:
这两个短语后接的介词不同, make fun后接of; make a joke后接about。例如:
  • Don't make fun of an old man.
  • Don't make a joke about an old man.
  • 不要同老年人开玩笑。
下面三个句子的意思相同:
  • Don't make a joke about an old man.
  • Don't play a joke on an old man.
  • Don't have a joke with an old man.
  • 不要同老年人开玩笑。
v.(动词)
joke, jest
这两个词都可表示“玩笑”。其区别是:
1.jest主要指引人发笑的戏言; 而joke则不仅指开玩笑的“言”,而且还指恶作剧的“行”。例如:
Don't jest with the little girl.不要戏弄这个小女孩。
2.joke比jest通俗而少优雅。

常见错误

n.(名词)
  1. 别把我的话放在心上,那些话不过是在开玩笑时说的。

    Don't take my words to heart; they were said only in jokes.

    Don't take my words to heart; they were said only in a joke.

    “开玩笑”是in a joke,不用复数形式jokes。

词源解说

  • ☆ 1660年左右英进入语,直接源自拉丁语的jocus,意为笑话,开玩笑。

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