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Turkish translation of “clown”

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clown

noun [C]
 
 
/klaʊn/
PERFORMER A2 a performer who has special clothes and a painted face and makes people laugh
palyaço
Carnival, fairground and circusEntertainers in general
SILLY PERSON a silly person
soytarı, aptal
Stupid and silly people
Translations of “clown”
in Korean 광대…
in Arabic مُهَرِّج…
in French clown…
in Italian clown, pagliaccio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 丑角,小丑, (常指故意)出洋相的人, 愚蠢可笑的人…
in Russian клоун, шут…
in Polish klown, błazen…
in Spanish payaso…
in Portuguese palhaço…
in German der Clown, der Hanswurst…
in Catalan pallasso, -a…
in Japanese ピエロ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 丑角,小丑, (常指故意)出洋相的人, 愚蠢可笑的人…
(Definition of clown noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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