Trick ( noun , verb , adjective )

(As a noun)

Trick ( noun )

  1. A cunning or deceitful action or plan.
  2. A clever or skillful move or action, typically one intended to deceive or outwit someone.
  3. A playful or mischievous act or action.

Origin:

Middle english (denoting a deceitful action or ploy): from old norse trikkr "a stratagem".

Examples:

  1. He played a trick on his friends.
  2. She used a trick to win the game.
  3. The magician performed a trick with cards.
  4. He had a trick up his sleeve.
  5. The dog learned a new trick.

(As a verb)

Trick ( verb )

  1. A cunning or deceitful action or plan.
  2. A clever or skillful move or action, typically one intended to deceive or outwit someone.
  3. A playful or mischievous act or action.

Origin:

Middle english (denoting a deceitful action or ploy): from old norse trikkr "a stratagem".

Examples:

  1. He played a trick on his friends.
  2. She used a trick to win the game.
  3. The magician performed a trick with cards.
  4. He had a trick up his sleeve.
  5. The dog learned a new trick.

(As an adjective)

Trick ( adjective )

  1. A cunning or deceitful action or plan.
  2. A clever or skillful move or action, typically one intended to deceive or outwit someone.
  3. A playful or mischievous act or action.

Origin:

Middle english (denoting a deceitful action or ploy): from old norse trikkr "a stratagem".

Examples:

  1. He played a trick on his friends.
  2. She used a trick to win the game.
  3. The magician performed a trick with cards.
  4. He had a trick up his sleeve.
  5. The dog learned a new trick.
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