thing said or done to cause amusement, laughter, etc.
ridiculous person, thing or situation
say or do things to cause laughter or amusement
"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"
"I regarded his campaign for mayor as a joke"
"He often jokes even when he appears serious"
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.
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
You should not joke about his mistake.
They joked about his inaptitude.
They joked about being in the play, but they really took it very seriously.
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.
They joked with me about my coming late.
误 Don't take my words to heart; they were said only in jokes.
正 Don't take my words to heart; they were said only in a joke.
析 “开玩笑”是in a joke,不用复数形式jokes。