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English definition of “spoof”

spoof

noun [C]     /spuːf/
a funny and silly piece of writing, music, theatre, etc. that copies the style of an original work: They did a spoof on/of the Nine O'Clock News. It was a spoof cowboy film.Types of film, play, book etc.
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