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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “funny”

funny

adjective (HUMOROUS)
有趣的
 
 
/ˈfʌn.i/
humorous; causing laughter
滑稽的;有趣的
Do you know any funny jokes?
你知道什么有趣的笑话吗?
I've never found Charlie Chaplin very funny.
我从来都不觉得查理‧卓别林很滑稽。
It's a really funny film.
这真是场滑稽的电影。
It's not funny - don't laugh!
没什么好笑的——不准笑!
Breaking your leg isn't funny (= is serious), I can assure you.
摔断了腿可不是好玩的,我可以向你保证。
No matter how disastrous the situation there always seems to be a funny side to it.
无论情况有多糟,似乎总有其可笑的一面。
Don't you try to be funny with me (= Be serious and show respect), young man!
少跟我没大没小的,小子!
Humour and humorous
(Definition of funny adjective (HUMOROUS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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