ufafanuzi — Kiingereza
- To make fun of; mock playfully.
- To gain by persistent coaxing: "the New York editor who could tease great books from the unpromising woolly jumble of an author's first draft” ( Ian Jack).
- The act of teasing.
- One that teases, as:
- tease out To get by or as if by untangling or releasing with a pointed tool or device: "It takes a carefully trained expert to tease out the truth” ( Arthur Green).