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Spanish translation of “fun”

fun

noun /fan/
enjoyment; a good time
diversión
They had a lot of fun at the party Isn’t this fun!
funny adjective (comparative funnier, superlative funniest) amusing; making one laugh
divertido, gracioso
a funny story.
strange; peculiar
extraño, raro, curioso
I heard a funny noise.
funnily adverb
divertidamente, con gracia; curiosamente, extrañamente
Funnily enough, I met Jim by chance yesterday in the supermarket.
fun and games activities that are good fun
fiesta, diversión, alegría
But I have to warn you, this job is not all fun and games!
funfair noun (British ) an outside event where people can ride on machines and play games to win prizes; carnival(American)
parque de atracciones, feria
for fun as a joke; for amusement
en broma; para divertirse, para hacer la gracia
The children were throwing stones for fun.
in fun as a joke; not seriously
en broma
I said it in fun.
make fun of to laugh at (someone, usually unkindly)
reírse de, mofarse de, burlarse de
They made fun of her.
(Definition of fun from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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