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farce 

  • 基本释义
  • 词形变化
  • 详细释义
  • 双解释义
  • 英英释义
  • 短语词组
  • 常见例句

farce

[fɑ:s]

n.闹剧, 胡闹, 滑稽戏
v.添加笑料,填充

例句与用法:

Their negotiations were a farce since their leaders had already made the decision.

他们的谈判简直就是一场荒唐的笑剧,因为他们的领导们早就作出决定了。

He likes to watch farces at weekends to relax himself.

他喜欢在周末看滑稽剧来放松自己。

词形变化:

动词过去式: farced | 动词过去分词: farced | 动词现在分词: farcing | 动词第三人称单数: farces |

n.

1. 笑剧; 闹剧; 滑稽戏[C][U]

2. 可笑的行为; 滑稽荒唐的事情[C]

His show of grief was a farce.

他竟然显出一副悲伤的样子简直滑稽。

The prisoner's trial was a farce.

对该犯的审讯简直是一场闹剧。

vt.

在(戏剧等中)穿插(笑料等)[(+with)]

farce a play with jokes

在戏里穿插一些笑话


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