shenanigans

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  • Shenanigans — Kompilationsalbum von Green Day Veröffentlichung 2002 Label Reprise Records Format …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Shenanigans — Álbum recopilatorio de Green Day Publicación 2 de julio de 2002 Género(s) Punk Rock Rock Psicodelico Rock Alternativo Discográfica …   Wikipedia Español

  • Shenanigans — may refer to:* Shenanigans (album) * Shenanigans (band) * Shenanigans (horse) * Shenanigans (television), a 1964 65 children s game show * Shenanigan Kids , a 1920 animated series by Bray Productions ee also* Practical joke …   Wikipedia

  • Shenanigans — Compilation par Green Day Sortie 2 juillet 2002 Enregistrement De 1993 à 2002 Durée 33:23 Genre Punk rock Format …   Wikipédia en Français

  • shenanigans — see SHENANIGAN (Cf. shenanigan) …   Etymology dictionary

  • shenanigans — [n] mischief antics, capers, dirty trick*, fooling around, frolicsomeness, funny business*, gag, hanky panky*, high jinks*, horseplay, horsing around, misbehavior, mischievousness, monkey business*, naughtiness, nonsense, prank, trouble,… …   New thesaurus

  • shenanigans — ► PLURAL NOUN informal 1) secret or dishonest activity. 2) mischief. ORIGIN of unknown origin …   English terms dictionary

  • shenanigans — UK [ʃəˈnænɪɡənz] US noun [plural] informal silly, dishonest, or immoral behaviour Thesaurus: silly behavioursynonym cheating, dishonest and insincere behavioursynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • shenanigans — she|nan|i|gans [ʃıˈnænıgənz] n [plural] informal bad behaviour that is not very serious, or slightly dishonest activities ▪ She wouldn t put up with his shenanigans. ▪ financial shenanigans …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • shenanigans — [[t]ʃɪnæ̱nɪgənz[/t]] N PLURAL You can use shenanigans to refer to rather dishonest or immoral behaviour, especially when you think it is amusing or interesting. [INFORMAL] Media people knew about the private shenanigans of public figures …   English dictionary

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