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Translation of "parody" - English-Spanish dictionary

parody

noun   /ˈpær.ə.di/
writing, music, art, speech, etc. that intentionally copies the style of someone famous or copies a particular situation, making the features or qualities of the original more noticeable in a way that is humorous parodia He was an 18th-century author who wrote parodies of other people’s works. There is a hint of self-parody in his later paintings. →  Compare travesty 2351016
(Definition of parody from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

parody

noun /ˈpӕrədi/ ( plural parodies)
an amusing imitation of a serious author’s style of writing parodia He writes parodies of John Donne’s poems.
a very bad imitation parodia a parody of the truth.
(Definition of parody from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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