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Synonyms for shtik
(Yiddish) a contrived and often used bit of business that a performer uses to steal attention
(Yiddish) a prank or piece of clowning
(Yiddish) a devious trick
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In Yiddish/English, shtick literally means "bit," as in "Give me a shtik
In Monty Python, there is a segue after one segment, or shtik
, (1) and before another, and it signifies a change in mood, topic, or attitude.
36) David Singer, "The Jewish Gangster: Crime as Unzer Shtik
," Judaism (Winter 1974), pp.
Maybe Catherine Tate is to blame for addressing the royal box with lippy schoolgirl Lauren shtik
and saying: "Is One bovvered?
Permit me a few samples of Yale's shtik
from my own experience.
- Shternberg, Pavel
- Shternberg, Pavel Karlovich
- Shternfeld, Ari
- Shternfeld, Ari Abramovich
- Shtiglits School of Design
- Shtiurmer, Boris
- Shtiurmer, Boris Vladimirovich
- Shtogarenko, Andrei
- Shtogarenko, Andrei Iakovlevich
- Shtokolov, Boris
- Shtokolov, Boris Timofeevich
- Shtorkh, Andrei
- Shtorkh, Andrei Karlovich
- Shtorm, Georgii
- Shtorm, Georgii Petrovich
- Shtraukh, Engelbert
- Shtraukh, Engelbert Madisovich