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satire

noun     /ˈsætaɪər/
HUMOUR [U]
the use of jokes and humour to criticize people or ideas: political satire Humour and humorousDisapproving and criticizingDamaging reputation
STORY [C]
a story, film, etc that uses satireHumour and humorousTypes of film, play, book etc.
satirist     /ˈsætərɪst/ noun [C]
someone who uses satireHumour and humorousPeople who write for work or pleasure
Translations of “satire”
in Spanish sátira…
in Vietnamese sự châm biếm…
in Thai การเขียนที่กล่าวเสียดสี…
in Malaysian satira, karangan sindiran…
in French satire…
in German die Satire…
in Indonesian satir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 讽刺,讥讽, 讽刺作品…
in Turkish taşlama, yerme, hicvetme…
in Russian сатира…
in Chinese (Traditional) 諷刺,譏諷, 諷刺作品…
in Polish satyra…
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