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comedy

noun uk   /ˈkɒm.ə.di/  us   /ˈkɑː.mə-/
B1 [C] a (type of) film, play, or book that is intentionally funny either in its characters or its action: His latest movie is described as a "romantic comedy". I prefer Shakespeare's comedies to his tragedies. [U] the humorous part of a situation: The vicar's forgetting his lines in the middle of the speech provided some good comedy.comedy of manners a type of comedy in which the social behaviour of a particular group of people is made to appear silly
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en árabe مَلهاه, كوميديا…
en coreano 코미디…
in Malaysian sitkom lucu, humor…
en francés comédie, comique…
en turco komedi, güldürü…
en italiano commedia brillante…
en chino (tradicionál) 喜劇, 喜劇片, 喜劇成分…
en ruso комедия…
en polaco komedia…
in Vietnamese hài kịch, tính hài hước…
en español comedia, cómico…
en portugués comédia…
in Thai ละครตลก, อารมณ์ขัน…
en alemán die Komödie, die Komik…
en catalán comèdia…
en japonés コメディー…
in Indonesian komedi, kelucuan…
en chino (simplificado) 喜剧, 喜剧片, 喜剧成分…
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