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The joke is:

Did you hear about the magic tractor? It turned into a field.

What is the joke about? I am thinking that the tractor is abandoned and the field cover it, I cant imagine other situation.

Help me please.

Thank you in advance.

PS: I am a native spanish speaker.

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The joke is using two different meanings of "turned into." The first is that the tractor drove off of the road and turned a corner into a field - a common activity for a tractor to do. "The car turned into the driveway," "I turned left into Main Street," etc.

The second is saying that since this was a magical tractor, actually it physically turned/transformed into a field. "The magician turned his hat into a rabbit," "The caterpillar turned into a butterfly."

(Check the different meanings here: https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/turn+into )

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    Compare "Call me a taxi" - "You're a taxi". – Michael Harvey Apr 26 at 10:41
  • I wonder if it should be magical tractor or magic tractor? I could make a case for each. I notice that you changed the word in your answer. – Jason Bassford Apr 26 at 18:03

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