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comedy

noun /ˈkomədi/ ( plural comedies)
a play of a pleasant or amusing kind
comedia
We went to see a comedy last night.
humour/humor
cómico
They all saw the comedy of the situation.
comedian /kəˈmiːdiən/ noun ( feminine comedienne /kəmiːdiˈen, (American) kəˈmiːdiən/) a performer who tells jokes or acts in comedies
cómico; comica
a stand-up comedian.
Translations of “comedy”
in Korean 코미디…
in Arabic مَلهاه, كوميديا…
in French comédie, comique…
in Italian commedia brillante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 喜劇, 喜劇片, 喜劇成分…
in Russian комедия…
in Turkish komedi, güldürü…
in Polish komedia…
in Portuguese comédia…
in German die Komödie, die Komik…
in Catalan comèdia…
in Japanese コメディー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喜剧, 喜剧片, 喜剧成分…
(Definition of comedy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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