затычка ; пробка ; кляп ; заглушка ; роторасширитель ; прекращение прений; отсебятина [театр.] ; шутка ; острота ; хохма ; вставной комический номер; обман ; мистификация ;
вставлять кляп; затыкать рот; заставить замолчать; не давать говорить; применять роторасширитель; давиться; править (рельсы); вставлять отсебятину; хохмить; обманывать; мистифицировать
- We offer four 5 book vouchers to readers who come up with the wittiest gag about scientists and engineers.
- A large hand smacked into his mouth and although he bit at it the thumb was forced like a gag between his teeth.
- Under a virtual gag order thanks to Intel marketing, P5 architect Don Alpert couldn't answer questions substantively.
- Pithy gag competition
- On top of the gag, he forced into the trooper's mouth the trooper's own filthy handkerchief.
- I set about building up an act with the aid of Rag magazines, joke-books, a gag nicked from here, a gag nicked from there and at my next engagement, four days later, I was billed as a comic and my fee went up a few quid.
- A few weeks, sometimes only a few days after a major disaster or tragedy - Hillsborough, Piper Alpha or Zeebrugge - there's bound to be a gag about it.
- In the name of keeping the community secure in a hostile world, those leaders gag dissidents, suppress what they define as "deviant" behaviour, and commandeer community resources.
- A husky laugh and he runs off to try out the gag on a wheel-chaired pallid little pal, recovering from a recent kidney transplant.
- But lead singer Bono vowed: "We won't let them gag us.
- They choke and gag and get red in the face.
- His own lawyers have tried to gag Mr De la Rosa, pending resolution of the various cases.
- If a toothbrush tickles or makes you gag, try the new A/Mano tongue cleanser (6.95, Harrods).