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sketch

noun [C] (HUMOROUS PERFORMANCE)
幽默的表演
 
 
/sketʃ/
a short humorous part of a longer show on stage, television or radio
幽默短劇,滑稽小品
I thought the sketch about Queen Victoria was very funny.
我覺得那部有關維多利亞女王的短劇非常有趣。
Programmes and other broadcastsParts of plays, shows and films
(Definition of sketch noun (HUMOROUS PERFORMANCE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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