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kids // n [pl] (kid) 1 (a) [C] (informal) child or young person: How are your wife and kids? * Half the kids round here are unemployed. (b) [attrib] (informal especially US) younger: his kid sister/brother. 2 (a) [C] young goat. (b) [U] leather made from it's skin: a bag made of kid * [attrib] a pair of kid gloves. 3 (idiom) handle, treat, etc sb with kid gloves deal with sb very gently or tactfully
> kiddy (also kiddie) (informal) child.
» kid v (-dd-) 1 [I, Tn] (informal) deceive (sb), especially playfully; tease: You're kidding! * Don't kid yourself - it won't be easy. 2 (idiom) no kidding (informal) (used to express surprise at what has been said): (ironic) `It's raining.` `No kidding! I wondered why I was getting wet!`

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