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Определение “funny” в словаре английского

Определение "funny" в словаре английского

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uk   us   /ˈfʌn.i/

funny adjective (HUMOROUS)

A1 humorous; ​causinglaughter: Do you ​know any funny ​jokes? I've never ​found Charlie Chaplin very funny. It's a really funny ​film. It's not funny - don't ​laugh! Breaking ​yourleg isn't funny (= it is ​serious). No ​matter how ​disastrous the ​situation there always ​seems to be a funny side to it. Don't you ​try to be funny with me (= be ​serious and show ​respect), ​young man!
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funny adjective (STRANGE)

B1 strange, ​surprising, ​unexpected, or ​difficult to ​explain or ​understand: The ​washingmachine is making a funny ​noise again. He's got some funny ​ideas about how to ​bring up ​children. That's funny - I'm ​sure I ​left my ​keys here. A funny thinghappened to me on the way to the ​crematorium. I felt funny when I ​realized everyone was ​watching me. It's funny how Alec always ​disappearswhenever there's ​work to be done. She's a funny ​girl (= she is ​strange and ​difficult to ​understand).UK informal The television's gone funny (= isn't ​workingcorrectly).
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  • This ​baconsmells a ​bit funny - do you ​think it's gone off?
  • Over the ​years we've got used to his funny little ​ways.
  • Roz has ​adopted one or two funny ​mannerisms since she's been away.
  • That ​smell is making ​feel a ​bit funny.
  • Why are you being funny with me? Have I done something ​wrong?

funny adjective (DISHONEST)

informal dishonest; ​involvingcheating: I ​think there's something funny going on next ​door.

funny adjective (UNFRIENDLY)

[after verb] UK informal unfriendly or ​seeming to be ​offended: I'm not being funny or anything but I ​think I'd ​rather go on my own. She ​sounded a ​bit funny with me on the ​phone last ​night and I ​wondered if I'd ​offended her.

funny adjective (ILL)

[after verb] informal slightlyill: I don't ​know if it was something I ​ate but I'm ​feeling a little ​bit funny.

funny adjective (CRAZY)

UK informal slightlycrazy: All the ​stress made him go a ​bit funny.


uk   us   /ˈfʌn.i/
the funnies [plural] mainly US the ​series of ​drawings in a ​newspaper that ​tell a ​humorousstory
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(Определение слова funny из Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Определение "funny" в словаре американского английского

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funnyadjective [-er/-est only]

 us   /ˈfʌn·i/

funny adjective [-er/-est only] (AMUSING)

amusing; causing ​laughter: Jerome is so funny. She told me the funniest ​joke.

funny adjective [-er/-est only] (STRANGE)

strange or ​surprising, or ​difficult to ​explain or ​understand: The ​washingmachine is making funny ​noises again. Something funny is going on next ​door. That’s funny – I’m ​sure I ​left my ​keys here, but now I can’t ​find them. [+ question word] It’s funny how Pat always ​disappearswhenever there’s ​work to be done. If you ​feel funny, you ​feelslightlyill: He ​felt a little funny after taking a ​pill on an ​emptystomach.
(Определение слова funny из Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Переводы "funny"
на арабский مُضْحِك, غَريب…
на корейский 우스운, 특이한…
на португальский engraçado, divertido, estranho…
на каталонский graciós, estrany…
на японский おかしい, 奇妙な…
на китайский (упрощенный) 有趣的, 滑稽的…
на турецкий gülünç, komik, tuhaf…
на русский смешной, странный, непонятный…
на китайский (традиционный) 有趣的, 滑稽的…
на итальянский divertente, strano…
на польский śmieszny, zabawny, dziwny…
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