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comediannoun [C]

 us   /kəˈmid·i·ən/ (also comic,  /ˈkɑm·ɪk/ , female comedienne,  /kəˌmid·iˈen/ )
a person whose job is to make people laugh by telling jokes and amusing stories or by copying the behavior or speech of famous people: a stand-up comedian
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comediannoun [C]

uk   /kəˈmiː.di.ən/  us   /kəˈmiː.di.ən/ (female also comedienne, uk   /kəˌmiː.diˈen/ us   )
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Translations of “comedian”
in Arabic مُمثّل هَزَلي, كوميديان…
in Korean 코미디언…
in Portuguese comediante…
in Catalan comediant…
in Japanese コメディアン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喜剧演员, 滑稽演员…
in Turkish güldürü sanatçısı/ustası komedyen…
in Russian комик…
in Chinese (Traditional) 喜劇演員, 滑稽演員…
in Italian comico, -a, attore…
in Polish satyryk, komik…
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