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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To annoy or pester; vex.
- verb-transitive: To make fun of; mock playfully.
- verb-transitive: To arouse hope, desire, or curiosity in without affording satisfaction.
- verb-transitive: To urge persistently; coax: teasing their mother for more candy.
- verb-transitive: To gain by persistent coaxing: "the New York editor who could tease great books from the unpromising woolly jumble of an author's first draft” ( Ian Jack).
- verb-transitive: To deal with or have an effect on as if by teasing.
- verb-transitive: To cut (tissue, for example) into pieces for examination.
- verb-transitive: To disentangle and dress the fibers of (wool, for example).
- verb-transitive: To raise the nap of (cloth) by dressing, as with a fuller's teasel.
- verb-transitive: To ruffle (the hair) by combing from the ends toward the scalp for an airy, full effect.
- verb-intransitive: To annoy or make fun of someone persistently.
- noun: The act of teasing.
- noun: The state of being teased.
- noun: One that teases, as:
- noun: One given to playful mocking.
- noun: A woman who behaves like a coquette.
- noun: A preliminary remark or act intended to whet the curiosity.
- phrasal-verb: tease out To get by or as if by untangling or releasing with a pointed tool or device: "It takes a carefully trained expert to tease out the truth” ( Arthur Green).