josh


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josh

 (jŏsh)
v. joshed, josh·ing, josh·es
v.tr.
To tease (someone) good-humoredly: She joshed her brother about his strange new haircut.
v.intr.
To make or exchange good-humored jokes; banter.
n.
A teasing or joking remark.

[Origin unknown.]

josh′er n.
josh′ing·ly adv.

josh

(dʒɒʃ)
vb
to tease (someone) in a bantering way
n
a teasing or bantering joke
[C19: perhaps from joke, influenced by bosh1]
ˈjosher n

josh

(dʒɒʃ)
v.t., v.i.
1. to tease in a bantering way: chaff.
n.
2. good-natured banter.
[1835–45]
josh′er, n.
josh′ing•ly, adv.

Josh.

Joshua.

josh


Past participle: joshed
Gerund: joshing

Imperative
josh
josh
Present
I josh
you josh
he/she/it joshes
we josh
you josh
they josh
Preterite
I joshed
you joshed
he/she/it joshed
we joshed
you joshed
they joshed
Present Continuous
I am joshing
you are joshing
he/she/it is joshing
we are joshing
you are joshing
they are joshing
Present Perfect
I have joshed
you have joshed
he/she/it has joshed
we have joshed
you have joshed
they have joshed
Past Continuous
I was joshing
you were joshing
he/she/it was joshing
we were joshing
you were joshing
they were joshing
Past Perfect
I had joshed
you had joshed
he/she/it had joshed
we had joshed
you had joshed
they had joshed
Future
I will josh
you will josh
he/she/it will josh
we will josh
you will josh
they will josh
Future Perfect
I will have joshed
you will have joshed
he/she/it will have joshed
we will have joshed
you will have joshed
they will have joshed
Future Continuous
I will be joshing
you will be joshing
he/she/it will be joshing
we will be joshing
you will be joshing
they will be joshing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been joshing
you have been joshing
he/she/it has been joshing
we have been joshing
you have been joshing
they have been joshing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been joshing
you will have been joshing
he/she/it will have been joshing
we will have been joshing
you will have been joshing
they will have been joshing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been joshing
you had been joshing
he/she/it had been joshing
we had been joshing
you had been joshing
they had been joshing
Conditional
I would josh
you would josh
he/she/it would josh
we would josh
you would josh
they would josh
Past Conditional
I would have joshed
you would have joshed
he/she/it would have joshed
we would have joshed
you would have joshed
they would have joshed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.josh - be silly or tease one anotherjosh - be silly or tease one another; "After we relaxed, we just kidded around"
bait, tantalise, tantalize, taunt, razz, twit, tease, cod, rag, rally, ride - harass with persistent criticism or carping; "The children teased the new teacher"; "Don't ride me so hard over my failure"; "His fellow workers razzed him when he wore a jacket and tie"

josh

verb
To tease or mock good-humoredly:
Informal: kid, rib, ride.
Slang: jive, rag, razz.
Translations

josh

[dʒɒʃ] (esp US)
A. VTtomar el pelo a
B. VIhacer bromas

josh

(esp US inf)
vtaufziehen, veräppeln, verulken (all inf)
viSpaß machen (inf)
nNeckerei f, → Hänselei f
References in classic literature ?
Come, now, Josh," he was saying, in a full rumbling tone, "look at it in this light: here is your poor mother going into the vale of years, and you could afford something handsome now to make her comfortable.
Come, Josh," he said, in a cajoling tone, "give us a spoonful of brandy, and a sovereign to pay the way back, and I'll go.
That's a pity, now, Josh," said Raffles, affecting to scratch his head and wrinkle his brows upward as if he were nonplussed.
She turned off the main road, crept through uncle Josh Woodman's bars, waved away Mrs.
Maybe; I'm none so fond o' Josh Tod's thick ale, but I don't hinder you from making a fool o' yourself wi't.
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According to press release, Josh Adabi Foundation and Josh Memorial Committee would jointly arranged Josh National Literary Seminar / Mushaira in collaboration with RAC.
Unfortunately, at the time, Josh was too sick to take on the 100ft drop, so his friends and family did it in his honour.
Josh has a real interest in fashion and recently modelled in a Cardiff Fashion Week show for designer Anna Hillier.
The new campaign was born out of listening to Josh drinkers who told us not only do they love the wines, but they're inspired by the true stories of the founder," said Tom Steffanci, President, Deutsch Family Wine and Spirits, who also co-wrote the scripts with founder Joseph Carr.
In the past couple of days, viewers have learned via the live feeds that Josh and Paul are contemplating about taking each other to the final two.
Josh, from Stevenston in Ayrshire, crashed through the roof of St Mary's Primary School in Edinburgh.