Hindi translation of 'farce'
farce /fɑːs फ़ास्/
Word forms: farces
1. countable noun
A farce is a humorous play in which the characters become involved in unlikely and complicated situations.
2. countable noun
If you describe a situation or event as a farce, you mean that it is so disorganized or ridiculous that you cannot take it seriously.
Cycling is a complete farce because of the number of cars on our roads.
The whole idea is farcical.
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Example Sentences Including 'farce'
Like her gutter talk, her pretence at being brazen and audacious was a farce.Roses are for the Rich
I can't go through with the farce of bringing her back to lie with her parents," Harry said.The Ambassador's Women
At that precise moment, the bread he had set in the toaster had popped up, as if to accentuate the farce.Death of an Unknown Man
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Translation of farce from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary