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Definición de “clown” en inglés

clown

noun [C]  /klɑʊn/ us  
an entertainer who wears silly clothes and makes people laugh by performing tricks without speech infml A clown is also someone who behaves in a foolish or stupid way: The people running this school are a bunch of clowns.

clown

verb [I]  /klɑʊn/ us  
to act silly: Stop clowning around and get serious!
(Definition of clown from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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