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Meaning of “clown” - Learner’s Dictionary

clown

verb [I]     /klaʊn/ ( also clown around)
to behave in a silly way in order to make people laughBehaving in a silly way
Translations of “clown”
in Chinese (Traditional) 扮小丑, 出洋相, 逗笑…
in Russian дурачиться…
in Turkish soytarılık etmek, aptalca davranışlar sergilemek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 扮小丑, 出洋相, 逗笑…
in Polish błaznować…
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