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Meaning of “funny” - Learner’s Dictionary

funny

adjective     /ˈfʌni/
MAKING YOU LAUGH A1 making you smile or laugh: a funny story It's not funny. Don't laugh!Humour and humorous
STRANGE B1 strange or unusual and not what you expect: This chicken tastes a bit funny. That's funny. I'm sure I locked that door.Strange, suspicious and unnatural
(Definition of funny from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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