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Translation of "charade" - English-Spanish dictionary

charade

noun /ʃəˈraːd, (American) ʃəˈreid/
a piece of ridiculous pretence which is so obvious that it does not deceive anyone
farsa
Opposition parties have united to condemn the presidential election as a charade.
charades noun singular a game in which each syllable of a word, and then the whole word, is acted and the audience has to guess the word
charada
She cajoled everyone into playing a game of charades after dinner.
Translations of “charade”
in Vietnamese làm ngơ…
in Thai การแสร้ง, หลอกหลวง…
in Malaysian kepura-puraan…
in French parodie…
in German die Scharade…
in Chinese (Traditional) 作假, 顯而易見的作假, 明顯的偽裝…
in Indonesian sandiwara…
in Russian фарс…
in Turkish sahte, sırıtan davranış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 作假, 显而易见的作假, 明显的伪装…
in Polish komedia…
(Definition of charade from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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