a child; a young person
(leather made from the skin of) young goat
deceive (sb), especially playfully; joke
"she writes books for children"
"they're just kids"
"`tiddler' is a British term for youngster"
"they had three children"
"they were able to send their kids to college"
"Are you pulling my leg?"
"After we relaxed, we just kidded around"
A mother goat appearing with her three kids.
出自： M. Milner
He kids them on by promising three times more than the things are worth.
出自： H. Mayhew
I don't seem able to kid myself that is real literature.
出自： F. Donaldson
My nose looks like a strawberry; Toby kids me about it.
出自： J. Updike
Don't kid him about his odd clothes.
He always kids him about his paunch.
Don't believe him, he is only kidding you up.