Noun. A joke, a tease. Derived from the phrase 'take the piss'.

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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  • piss-take — pissˈ take noun (slang) An instance of mockery • • • Main Entry: ↑piss * * * piss take UK US noun [countable] [singular piss take plural p …   Useful english dictionary

  • piss-take — n [C usually singular] BrE informal not polite something you do to make people laugh at someone, especially by copying them in a funny way ▪ The record is a piss take of people who have a high opinion of themselves. →take the piss out of sb/sth… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • piss-take — piss takes N COUNT: usu sing A piss take is an act of making fun of someone or something. [BRIT, INFORMAL, RUDE] …   English dictionary

  • piss-take — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms piss take : singular piss take plural piss takes British impolite an attempt to make someone or something seem silly …   English dictionary

  • piss-take — /ˈpɪs teɪk/ (say pis tayk) noun Colloquial (taboo) a satire or parody: a piss take of a popular sitcom. {from the phrase take the piss; see piss (def. 19) …  

  • piss-take — noun (countable usually singular) BrE spoken a joke in which you try to make fun of someone, for example by copying them or laughing at them see also: take the piss out of piss 2 (3) …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • piss-take — noun Brit. vulgar slang an act of mockery. Derivatives piss taker noun piss taking noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • piss-take — noun /ˈpɪsteɪk/ a) an instance of taking the piss b) a parody Syn: mickey take, parody, send up …   Wiktionary

  • piss-take — n British an act of mockery, parody. A common back formation from the phrase to take the piss (out of someone) …   Contemporary slang

  • Piss-take — 1. satirical version; a send up; 2. send up; make fun of …   Dictionary of Australian slang

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