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Translation of "clown" - English-Spanish dictionary

clown

noun   /klaʊn/
A2 someone with funny clothes and a painted face, who makes people laugh by being silly payaso, -a
(Definition of clown from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

clown

noun /klaun/
a person who works in a circus, performing funny acts (usually ridiculously dressed) payaso a troupe of circus clowns.
any person who behaves ridiculously payaso He’s always acting the clown (= behaving like a clown).
clownish adjective
bufonesco a clownish grin.
(Definition of clown from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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