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Translation of "farce" - English-Spanish dictionary

farce

noun   /fɑːs/
a humorous play or film where the characters become involved in unlikely situations farsa 130235
[no plural] the style of writing or acting in this type of play farsa The play suddenly changes from farce to tragedy.130
disapproving a situation that is very badly organized or unfair farsa No one had prepared anything so the meeting was a bit of a farce.2169
farcical adjective   /ˈfɑː.sɪ.kəl/ disapproving
ridículo, absurdo The whole situation has become farcical.1138
farcically adverb   /ˈfɑː.sɪ.kəl.i/ disapproving
(Definition of farce from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

farce

noun /faːs/
a (kind of) comic play in which both the characters and the events shown are improbable and ridiculous farsa The play is a classic farce.
any funny or stupid situation in real life farsa The meeting was an absolute farce.
farcical /ˈfaːsikəl/ adjective
completely ridiculous, and therefore usually humorous absurdo, ridículo The whole idea was farcical.
(Definition of farce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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