жонглер ; фокусник ; плут ; шарлатан ; обманщик
- SHE'S THE ULTIMATE JUGGLER
- "A concert pianist is allowed a wrong note here and there," Amis observed in his introduction to The New Oxford Book of Light Verse (1978), "a juggler is not allowed to drop a plate."
- A good colourist is like a juggler with ten balls in the air at once and able to catch them all.
- I have been entertaining at children's parties - as clown, magician, juggler and musician - for over twenty years.
- A child's piping question about the next "act" - a professional juggler currently on the variety bill in a nearby town - was hurriedly hushed, as much by the Colonel's glare as its mother's whisper.
- SHE JUGGLER OF THE MONTH
- As he is also chairman of the 100 Group of finance directors and regularly speaks at conferences and meetings, his timetable requires the skills of a juggler if not actually a magician!
- In one, Ackroyd interviews himself about his own book, dispensing the sort of reflections an author normally puts in the preface: only Ackroyd, the teasing narrative juggler, would insert them on page 892.
- Comic skills are exploited with an evident pride in technique, like the juggler tossing his plates, but there is a sudden expansion in range.
- At the moment Gorbachev is like a juggler with a lot of balls in the air at once.
- With a juggler's dexterity he switched the bolt gun swishingly to full automatic.
- It is necessary if you are a scientist, as it is if you are a juggler or an aficionado of the French horn, to employ jargon.