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April Fools' Day

n.
April 1, celebrated in various countries, including the United States and Great Britain, and marked by the playing of practical jokes. Also called All Fools' Day.
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A′pril Fools'′ Day`


n.
April 1, when jokes or tricks are traditionally played on the unsuspecting.
[1825–35]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.April Fools' Day - the first day of April which is celebrated by playing practical jokesApril Fools' day - the first day of April which is celebrated by playing practical jokes
day - a day assigned to a particular purpose or observance; "Mother's Day"
Apr, April - the month following March and preceding May
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Translations

April Fools' Day

يَوْم كِذْبَة إِبْريل apríl 1. april erster April Πρωταπριλιά día de los Santos Inocentes aprillipäivä 1er avril prvi travnja pesce di aprile エープリルフールの日 만우절 één april første april prima aprilis dia da mentira, Dia das Mentiras День смеха första april วันที่เล่นแกล้งกันหรือล้อเลียน 1 Nisan Şakası Ngày Cá tháng Tư 愚人节
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Also on April firsts past, Microsoft purchased the Holy See, Worcester dogs were required to wear diapers, Loof Lirpa lifted the water of Webster Lake to whitewash the lake bottom, and Anita Bevis of Phillipston announced her candidacy for the Board of Selectmen, which came as an enormous surprise to Mrs.
Interested persons were directed to log on to the website and direct inquiries to Loof Lirpa (which is "April Fool" spelled backward).
Just before deadline, he called my assistant sports editor, Mike Francis, to report that he'd just signed a 7-foot-6 center from Sweden named Loof Lirpa (35 points, 25 rebounds per game).