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funny

adjective
 
 
/ˈfʌni/
MAKING YOU LAUGH A1 making you smile or laugh
смешной
a funny story It's not funny. Don't laugh!Humour and humorous
STRANGE B1 strange or unusual and not what you expect
странный, непонятный
This chicken tastes a bit funny.Strange, suspicious and unnatural
Translations of “funny”
in Korean 우스운, 특이한…
in Arabic مُضْحِك, غَريب…
in Portuguese engraçado, divertido, estranho…
in Catalan graciós, estrany…
in Japanese おかしい, 奇妙な…
in Italian divertente, strano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有趣的, 滑稽的…
in Turkish gülünç, komik, tuhaf…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有趣的, 滑稽的…
in Polish śmieszny, zabawny, dziwny…
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