Hindi translation of 'parody'
Word forms: parodies, parodying, parodied
transitive verb, variable noun
When someone parodies a particular work, thing, or person, they imitate them in an amusing or exaggerated way. You call an imitation like this a parody.नकल उतारना/नकल nf
Timothy parodied perfectly his father and other gentlemen at the club. ...a parody of middle-class life.
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Example Sentences Including 'parody'
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A grotesque parody Perhaps that's fine.The Sun (2014)
Amazing, but it's so overdone here as to seem like parody.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
He had become a grotesque parody of himself and the gallery at last began to avert its eyes.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
His songs have pushed parody to the limit.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
I didn't want to be some grotesque parody of womanhood.The Sun (2009)
It also includes some brilliant parodies.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
These parodies work best as quick hits.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Your presenting style is often parodied.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Because this movie is more than just a parody of that series, and it's also ridiculously funny.The Sun (2010)
Dull dramas and period parody have always done well on a Sunday night.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
It is an original work, a parody.The Sun (2016)
On the contrary, it is a grotesque, undignified parody.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Some things are beyond parody.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Twitter is crammed full of fake accounts that hijack the identities of popular figures or parody them with mischievous tweets.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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'parody' in Other Languages
British English: parody NOUN
A parody is a humorous piece of writing, drama, or music which imitates the style of a well-known person or represents a familiar situation in an exaggerated way.
The school show was a parody of the popular movie.
British English: parody VERB
When someone parodies a particular work, thing, or person, they imitate it in an amusing or exaggerated way.
...a sketch parodying the views of the politician.
Translation of parody from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary