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Translation of "caricature" - English-Spanish dictionary

caricature

noun /ˈkӕrikətjuə/
a drawing or imitation (of someone or something) which is so exaggerated as to appear ridiculous caricatura Caricatures of politicians appear in the newspapers every day.
caricaturist noun
a person who makes caricatures caricaturista a political caricaturist.
Translations of “caricature”
in Vietnamese tranh biếm họa…
in Thai ภาพล้อเลียนบุคคล…
in Malaysian karikatur…
in French caricature…
in German die Karikatur…
in Chinese (Traditional) 漫畫(藝術), 諷刺畫, 諷刺描述:…
in Indonesian karikatur…
in Russian карикатура…
in Turkish karikatür…
in Chinese (Simplified) 漫画(艺术), 讽刺画, 讽刺描述…
in Polish karykatura…
(Definition of caricature from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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