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Synonyme von "funny"
Deutsch Definition von "funny"
Deutsch Definition von "funny"
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Spanisch Definition von "funny"
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Did you ask for mustard and get a funny look? Times, Sunday Times (2017)She found the process quite funny. The Sun (2016)The jokes were funny; the observations about single life refreshing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The best sitcoms are based on the simple idea that the ideal way to treat any sensitive subject is to make it funny. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Sometimes sad, sometimes funny and always classy. The Sun (2016)What's the funniest thing that has happened to you as a lawyer? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Full of amazingly funny moments, it is brilliant. The Sun (2016)Not that anyone in the Burnley dressing room was in the mood to see the funny side. The Sun (2016)I thought you might do something funny on Vaz. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He said: 'It was a funny feeling. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He has a great body and a smile that makes me feel funny inside. The Sun (2011)This hugely enjoyable series gets funnier and funnier with each new outing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This story is so funny it makes you want to cry. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The funny thing was he thought they were there for him! The Sun (2008)What was the funniest moment of the season and who were the best fans? The Sun (2014)Who is the funniest person you have encountered in skiing? Times, Sunday Times (2008)The way she throws her legs back over her head when she finds something funny. The Sun (2009)There are loads of funny jokes which makes it better than reading a book. The Sun (2011)Where have all the funny women gone? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Writing under a false name can have its funny side. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She was also very funny and very smart. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And hearing about blood and wounds does really make me feel most awfully funny. E. Nesbit The Railway Children (1906)His account makes for funny but troubling reading. The Sun (2010)But her recent move to the country seems to have done funny things to her. The Sun (2009)Viewers can also vote for their favourite funny moments. The Sun (2008)She was virtually born to have a terminal disease and she was very classy with it and quite funny. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It took four series for us to realise they might be quite funny if we shoved them together on location. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You get the odd funny look. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Is the new series funnier then? Times, Sunday Times (2007)They thought it was extremely funny; it really made them smile. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You'll probably get back less funny money to take on holiday. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He said: 'It was so funny. The Sun (2012)One of the handful of spectators who watched me on stage observed: 'It was funny the way you seemed to be getting so annoyed with yourself. Times, Sunday Times (2012)

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Übersetzungen für funny

Britisches Englisch: funny /ˈfʌnɪ/ ADJECTIVE
amusing If something is funny, it makes you laugh.
He told me a funny joke.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: funny
  • Arabisch: مُضْحِك
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: engraçado
  • Chinesisch: 好笑的
  • Kroatisch: smiješan
  • Tschechisch: legrační
  • Dänisch: sjov
  • Niederländisch: grappig
  • Europäisches Spanisch: gracioso
  • Finnisch: huvittava
  • Französisch: drôle
  • Deutsch: witzig
  • Griechisch: αστείος
  • Italienisch: divertente
  • Japanisch: 面白い
  • Koreanisch: 우스운
  • Norwegisch: morsom
  • Polnisch: zabawny
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: engraçado
  • Rumänisch: amuzant
  • Russisch: забавный
  • Spanisch: gracioso
  • Schwedisch: rolig
  • Thai: ตลก
  • Türkisch: komik
  • Ukrainisch: смішний
  • Vietnamesisch: buồn cười
Britisches Englisch: funny /ˈfʌnɪ/ ADJECTIVE
strange Funny means strange.
The car is making a funny noise.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: funny
  • Arabisch: غَرِيب
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: estranho
  • Chinesisch: 奇怪的
  • Kroatisch: neobičan
  • Tschechisch: divný
  • Dänisch: underlig
  • Niederländisch: vreemd
  • Europäisches Spanisch: raro
  • Finnisch: kummallinen
  • Französisch: étrange
  • Deutsch: komisch
  • Griechisch: παράξενος
  • Italienisch: strano
  • Japanisch: 変な
  • Koreanisch: 괴상한
  • Norwegisch: rar
  • Polnisch: dziwny
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: estranho
  • Rumänisch: ciudat
  • Russisch: смешной
  • Spanisch: extraño
  • Schwedisch: konstig
  • Thai: แปลกประหลาด
  • Türkisch: garip
  • Ukrainisch: дивакуватий
  • Vietnamesisch: kỳ lạ


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