Meaning: tr
şaka, eğlenme, takılma, gırgır; tarlakuşu
Don't come to school to lark around.
As a lark, Tom bought Mary a plastic-grass hula skirt and a coconut-shell bra, momentarily forgetting that her opportunities to wear this colourful get-up would be somewhat limited.
Every Tuesday morning an old lady called Mrs. Lark came to the children sang.
He felt the warm sun shining, and heard the lark singing, and saw that all around was beautiful spring.
Mrs. Lark played the piano and the children sang.
If the sky falls we shall catch larks.
It was the lark, the herald of the morn, no nightingale.
Her voice was sweeter than the lark's.
The larks are warbling in the air.
Added on 2016-01-19 | by m1gin | View: 322
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