rib-tickler

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rib-tick·ling

 (rĭb′tĭk′lĭng)
adj. Slang
Causing much laughter; very amusing: rib-tickling entertainment.

rib′-tick′ler n.
rib′-tick·ling·ly adv.

rib-tickler

n
a very amusing joke or story
Translations

rib-tickler

[ˈrɪbˈtɪkləʳ] N (Brit) → chiste m desternillante

rib-tickler

n (hum inf) it’s a real rib-ticklerdas ist die reinste Zwerchfellmassage (inf)
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