jok

jok
jok
sb., -ket, jok, -kene

Dansk ordbog. 2015.

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  • jok — jȍk čest. DEFINICIJA reg. ekspr. 1. ne, nisam, nisi itd. (u dijaloškoj situaciji kao odgovor) [[i]A: Jesu li oni tamo što pametno odlučili? B: jok.[/i]] 2. nema (u dijaloškoj situaciji) [[i]A: Ima li šta nova? B: jok.[/i]; [i]A: Ima li tamo robe… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • jok|y — jok|ey or jok|y «JOH kee», adjective, jok|i|er, jok|i|est. full of jokes; humorous; jocular: »This section is curiously jokey, a…playbook, lacking the high seriousness we have come to expect (Sunday Times). –jok´i|ly …   Useful english dictionary

  • jok´i|ly — jok|ey or jok|y «JOH kee», adjective, jok|i|er, jok|i|est. full of jokes; humorous; jocular: »This section is curiously jokey, a…playbook, lacking the high seriousness we have come to expect (Sunday Times). –jok´i|ly …   Useful english dictionary

  • jok|ey — or jok|y «JOH kee», adjective, jok|i|er, jok|i|est. full of jokes; humorous; jocular: »This section is curiously jokey, a…playbook, lacking the high seriousness we have come to expect (Sunday Times). –jok´i|ly …   Useful english dictionary

  • jok — jok·er; jok·ing·ly; …   English syllables

  • jok|er — «JOH kuhr», noun. 1. a person who jokes. 2. an extra playing card used in some games, often counting as the highest trump (as in euchre) or as a wild card (as in poker). 3. U.S. a phrase or sentence hidden away in a law, contract, or other… …   Useful english dictionary

  • jók — a m (ọ̑) 1. izražanje velike čustvene prizadetosti, zlasti žalosti, ali telesne bolečine s solzami in glasovi: jok ji je lajšal bolečino; premagovati, knjiž. dušiti jok; histeričen, pretresljiv, pridušen jok; ekspr. krčevit jok; ganil ga je jok… …   Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika

  • jòk — medm. (ȍ) pog. izraža močno zavrnitev, zanikanje: jok, ta ali nobeden; jok, ne damo jih …   Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika

  • jok´i|ness — jok|ey or jok|y «JOH kee», adjective, jok|i|er, jok|i|est. full of jokes; humorous; jocular: »This section is curiously jokey, a…playbook, lacking the high seriousness we have come to expect (Sunday Times). –jok´i|ly …   Useful english dictionary

  • jok´u|lar|ly — joc|u|lar «JOK yuh luhr», adjective. said or done in jest; funny; joking. SYNONYM(S): jolly, witty. ╂[< Latin joculāris < joculus (diminutive) < jocus jest. Compare etym. under joke.] –jok´u|lar|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

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