Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Mischief"

The meaning of "Mischief" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa He's always getting up to mischief?
A: It means he is always getting into trouble or causing trouble.
Q: O que significa mischief?
A: It means Trouble.
Q: O que significa mischief ?
A: @thetrees I got it,thank you so much
Q: O que significa mischief?
A: Misdemeanour; one that is rather roguish. It can also mean harm.
Q: O que significa mischief ?
A: Making mischief = Being naughty = Creating trouble.

Mischief means trouble.

Example: She always makes mischief.

A more relevant usage is 'mischievous' = a person who makes mischief.

Example: Sidney is a mischievous girl.

Example sentences using "Mischief"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com mischief.
A: That's a good example. Here are a couple more.

Donald has been up to all sorts of mischief recently. Don't believe a word that he says!

He's always making mischief wherever he goes. Recently he went to Japan and pretended to be a pop star. He even managed to stay at a hotel for free.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com mischief.
A: A little mischief can be a good thing. Tony gave Mariaa mischivous smile. Boys are fond of mischief. 
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com mischief.
A: The children would always get into mischief if they were left alone.

He was warned to stop his mischief or pay the consequences.

He would never admit to his children how much mischief he was involved in as a child.

The teacher would not put up with any more mischief, which is why he started assigning detentions.

Hanging out with the wrong crowd, she was constantly getting involved in mischief.

Little boys are more prone to mischief than girls.

A little mischief is to be expected from growing children.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com mischief.
A: "The gremlin was doing mischief to the airplane's engines, causing it to make a loud noise".
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com mischief.
A: Mischief isn't too commonly used but there are a few cases in which you can use it casually.

Example: Those kids are so mischievous; all they do it cause trouble.

Synonyms of "Mischief" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre mischief e prank ?
A: A prank is an actual act of doing something mischievous while mischief is playful troublesome behaviour (hope that helps)
Q: Qual é a diferença entre mischief e shenanigans ?
A: @tjstkdn1 They are both nouns and they are synonyms.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre create mischief e play pranks ?
A: Mischievous is pretty much always used in a negative way. Someone being mischievous means that they know they are doing something they shouldn't.

Playing pranks isn't necessarily being mischievous, it could be simply scaring someone as they walk around a corner. However, depending on the prank, for example throwing water balloons of a balcony, that would be considered mischievous.

I hope this helps!
Q: Qual é a diferença entre get into mischiefs e play pranks ?
A: #1 - To cause trouble.

#2 - To trick people for fun.

Translations of "Mischief"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? you are responsible for all the mischiefs done by him, because you are the on one who encourage him to do the mischiefs .
Is this sentence correct and sound natural?
A:

You are responsible for all the mischief he’s done because you’re the one who encouraged him.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? mischief
A: Mischief. mis - chief. Note. The second portion, chief is a word on it's own. The leader of a police or fire department is a chief. The pronounciation is a little different when it is said in mischief. You will hear a lower case "i'" sound in mischief. You would hear an upper case E in chief by itself.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? how do you say mischief?
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Other questions about "Mischief"

Q: It's not right to mischief in friends’ houses.
It's not right to misbehave in friends’ houses.
Are both correct and the same?
A: "it's not right to cause mischief in your friends house"

"it's not right to misbehave in your friends house."

I fixed them both but I would just say "it isn't right to be disrespectful in your friends house." or "it's not right to act like a child at your friends house"
Q: what does " I'm Keeping out of mischief " mean ?
A: that the person is staying out of trouble, not being naughty, being sensible
Q: can't mischief be serious??
A: It generally means "damage to property that doesn't belong to you," when no one gets hurt, or was likely to get hurt.

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