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Turkish translation of “farce”

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farce

noun
 
 
/fɑːs/
SITUATION [no plural] a serious event or situation that becomes ridiculous because it is so badly organized
kötü düzenlemeden dolayı komediye dönen ciddi olay/durum; ele yüze bulaştırılan ve komik duruma düşürülen olay
The meeting was a complete farce.Useless and futileSituations and circumstances
PLAY [C] a funny play in which a lot of silly things happen
kaba güldürü, basit güldürü, tulüat
Types of film, play, book etc.Humour and humorous
farcical
 
 
/ˈfɑːsɪkəl/ adjective
like a farce
gülünç, saçma, tuhaf, basit güldürü
Stupid and sillyOf unsound mind
Translations of “farce”
in Spanish farsa…
in French farce…
in German der Schwank, die Posse…
in Chinese (Traditional) 戲劇, 滑稽戲, 鬧劇…
in Russian фарс…
in Chinese (Simplified) 戏剧, 滑稽戏, 闹剧…
in Polish farsa…
(Definition of farce from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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