Kid - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a human offspring (son or daughter) of any age (syn: child)
- be silly or tease one another (syn: banter, chaff, jolly, josh)
She has to leave early and pick up her kids at school.
He has a wife and two kids.
I wish I could do something to help that poor kid.
They're just kids.
They were able to send their kids to college.
I'll tell you what I'll do with you, kid.
Don't take any notice of him, he's just kidding around.
They kidded him about his paunch.
She'd always loved animals since she was a little kid.
He's married with three kids.
A neighbor volunteered to keep an eye on the kids (=their children or the children they are responsible for).
Hey kid, come here.
Don't get mad, I was only kidding.
We were kidding Mom about being a grandmother.
My friends kidded me that my gear would fill the car.
present participle: kidding
past tense: kidded
past participle: kidded
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