نفش, ندف, مشط, هيج, أثار, عذب, مازح, مشط الشعرمهيج, مضايق
Noun(1) someone given to teasing (as by mocking or stirring curiosity(2) a seductive woman who uses her sex appeal to exploit men(3) the act of harassing someone playfully or maliciously (especially by ridicule
Verb(1) annoy persistently(2) harass with persistent criticism or carping(3) to arouse hope, desire, or curiosity without satisfying them(4) tear into pieces(5) raise the nap of (fabrics(6) disentangle and raise the fibers of(7) separate the fibers of(8) mock or make fun of playfully(9) ruffle (one's hair
(1) Yeah, it can even be the same red that matadors use to tease the bull to charge.(2) a historian who tries to tease out the truth(3) some think of him as a tease who likes to keep others guessing(4) Her dance cavorts playfully between elegance and tease ; a spin of the sari around her, and her perfectly toned midriff is exposed but for a swift moment.(5) Being an awful tease , I posted something there recently under the heading ├ö├ç├┐The neocons were right!├ö├ç├û(6) Spring Break girls were a tease for the guys and an obvious embarrassment for the parents and grandparents, but it was certainly not a boom for any of the girls.(7) Many girls, which I have learnt over the years are a complete tease , complete show offs and most of all just seem to want our money.(8) He was an awkward kind of fabulist, a tease who directed his subtle ironies as much at his readers as at his cats and foxes.(9) It was instead a facetious response to an anticipated tease in an email between friends.(10) The only real problem is the length of the side games (like the boat racing and space battle) which are more of a tease than anything.(11) Again, she kissed him, to tease him into state of fiery desire.(12) If this was party policy based on the attractiveness of a summer tease , it was a poor joke unworthy of even the worst seaside comic.(13) She was exactly how he remembered her, how every man who grew up in the Glen remembered her: a flirt and a tease with a body to back up her confidence.(14) I used to tease her about being so house-proud(15) But as a filmmaker, Meyer was more of a tease than the women who starred in his films.(16) Being a terrible tease from way back, however, I deliberately posted here recently another quotation from Lott.
(1) to tease :: تضايق
1. make fun of ::
2. card ::
3. loosen ::
4. fluff ::
5. taunt ::
6. bug ::
7. teaser ::
Different Formstease, teased, teases, teasing
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