Joker meaning

jōkər
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A person, fellow, etc.; esp., one deserving contempt, as because of being foolish, inept, or disagreeable.
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A person who makes jokes.
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A person who jokes.
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Any hidden, unsuspected difficulty.
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An extra playing card, usually with a conventionalized picture of a court jester on it, used in some games as the highest trump or as a wild card.
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(slang) A funny person.
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A playing card that features a picture of a joker (that is, a jester) and that may be used as a wild card in some card games.
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An unspecified, vaguely disreputable person.

Some joker keeps changing this web page.

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A clause that is included in a legislative bill or a contract in order to render the bill or contract inoperative or oppressive in some respect while appearing to be innocuous until the harm has been done.
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A deceptive means of getting the better of someone.
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A playing card, usually printed with a picture of a jester, used in certain games as the highest-ranking card or as a wild card.
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An unforeseen but important difficulty, fact, or circumstance.
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A cunningly worded provision put into a law, legal document, etc. to make it different from what it seems to be.
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(New Zealand, colloquial) A man.
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Origin of joker