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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmickeymick‧ey /ˈmɪki/ noun   take the mickey (out of somebody)
Examples from the Corpus
mickeyYou guys take the mickey, and call me Count.You could trust him not to take the mickey, or to turn round and bite your head off.We take the mickey out of Mr Brown quite a lot, actually.They would take the mickey out of me with sickening enthusiasm.He and his friend Keith took the mickey out of the rich.