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Translation of "sarcasm" - English-Spanish dictionary

sarcasm

noun /ˈsaːkӕzəm/
(the use of) unpleasant remarks intended to hurt a person’s feelings. sarcasmo I could detect the heavy sarcasm in his voice.
sarcastic /-ˈkӕs-/ adjective
containing, or using, sarcasm sarcástico a sarcastic person.
sarcastically adverb
sarcásticamente
Translations of “sarcasm”
in Arabic تَهَكُّم, سُخْرِية…
in Korean 빈정댐…
in Malaysian sindiran…
in French sarcasme…
in Turkish gizli ve ince alay, dokunaklı söz, iğneleme…
in Italian sarcasmo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 諷刺,挖苦,嘲笑…
in Russian сарказм…
in Polish sarkazm…
in Vietnamese lời chế nhạo…
in Portuguese sarcasmo…
in Thai คำประชด…
in German der Sarkasmus…
in Catalan sarcasme…
in Japanese 皮肉, いやみ…
in Indonesian sindiran kasar, sarkasme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 讽刺,挖苦,嘲笑…
(Definition of sarcasm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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