1. (informal) (general)
Keesha loves to joke around with her sister.A Keesha le encanta bromear con su hermana.
Don't take it personally. Christian loves to joke around.No lo tomes como algo personal. A Christian le gusta mucho chancear.
c. relajar (Puerto Rico)
Don't joke around in church. Be serious.No relajes en la iglesia. Debes ser serio.
d. chistear (Puerto Rico)
I joke around with my friends a lot, but I'm always focused at school.Chisteo mucho con mis amigos pero siempre estoy concentrado en la escuela.
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