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caricature

noun   /ˈkær.ɪ.kə.tʃʊər/
(the art of making) a drawing or written or spoken description of someone that usually makes them look silly by making part of their appearance or character more noticeable than it really is caricatura The characters in his early novels are a lot subtler than the overblown caricatures in his more recent work. figurative Over the years he’s become a grotesque caricature of himself.10161344
(Definition of caricature from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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.
(Definition of caricature from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “caricature”
in Vietnamese tranh biếm họa…
in Malaysian karikatur…
in Thai ภาพล้อเลียนบุคคล…
in French caricature…
in German die Karikatur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 漫画(艺术), 讽刺画, 讽刺描述…
in Turkish karikatür…
in Russian карикатура…
in Indonesian karikatur…
in Chinese (Traditional) 漫畫(藝術), 諷刺畫, 諷刺描述:…
in Polish karykatura…
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