- the group or set of cards played and won in one round.
- a point or scoring unit.
- a card that is a potential winner.Compare honor trick.
- a prostitute's customer.
- a sexual act between a prostitute and a customer.
- a preliminary sketch of a coat of arms.
- engraver's trick.
Idioms about trick
Origin of trick
synonym study for trick
OTHER WORDS FROM tricktricker, nountrick·ing·ly, adverbouttrick, verb (used with object)un·tricked, adjective
How to use trick in a sentence
Those purchases begin well before the holiday, with the other half of the season’s sales occurring in the last two weeks of October and designated for trick-or-treating.How scary will a COVID-19 Halloween be for candy companies?|Beth Kowitt|August 29, 2020|Fortune
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The fake shows appear designed to trick listeners into listening to them, so they can be monetized through ads injected automatically using Anchor technology.‘Game of whack-a-mole’: Spotify has a counterfeit podcast problem|Max Willens|August 21, 2020|Digiday
To give the games some semblance of normalcy—for the players and for fans—the NBA is using every technical trick it can muster.How the NBA is using virtual fans to make games feel normal|Nicolás Rivero|August 14, 2020|Quartz
You can share your work experiences or struggle stories or basic tips and tricks related to your profession.What will make your brand stand out on LinkedIn in 2020?|Harikrishna Kundariya|August 12, 2020|Search Engine Watch
That idea is often invoked in regards to the tricks memory plays, but I wonder how it might come into play in other ways.Daphne Merkin on Lena Dunham, Book Criticism, and Self-Examination|Mindy Farabee|December 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And when that happens, one “alpha dog” will run the show, usually the oldest, most experienced performer, who “knows more tricks.”
For Republicans, the 2016 cycle will show us whether old dogs have learned new tricks.
Thus it seems likely that instead of striking a new tone of moderation, the new GOP Congress will return to its old tricks.
“She showed him all the tricks of the trade,” Richardson said.
One of the simplest of these childish tricks is the invention of an excuse for not instantly obeying a command, as "Come here!"Children's Ways|James Sully
I shall only be away for six months; you know I have made up my mind to get rid of the whole bag of tricks.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills
Every few days after that the boy took Squinty out of his pen, and let him do the rope-jumping and the acorn-hunting tricks.
And from then on the comical little pig learned many tricks.
These scientists have worked miracles before which those of the ancient priests and magicians are mere tricks of hanky-panky.God and my Neighbour|Robert Blatchford
British Dictionary definitions for trick
- a mischievous, malicious, or humorous action or plan; jokethe boys are up to their tricks again
- (as modifier)a trick spider
- a batch of cards containing one from each player, usually played in turn and won by the player or side that plays the card with the highest value
- a card that can potentially win a trick
Derived forms of tricktricker, nountrickless, adjective
Word Origin for trick
Other Idioms and Phrases with trick
In addition to the idioms beginning with trick
- trick or treat
- trick out
- tricks of the trade
- bag of tricks
- confidence game (trick)
- dirty tricks
- do the trick
- hat trick
- how's tricks
- not miss a trick
- teach an old dog new tricks
- that does it (the trick)
- turn a trick
- up to one's old tricks