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Men will no longer be allowed to dress up as women to play pantomime dames? Times, Sunday Times (2017)Men will no longer be allowed to dress up as women to play pantomime dames? Times, Sunday Times (2017)And now he thinks playing the pantomime villain will help him in the long term. The Sun (2011)This annual pantomime has turned into farce. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some inexcusable antics over the years mean he will always be seen as the pantomime villain. The Sun (2010)This time the pantomime villain seems content to accept his role with good grace. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Now we have to go through the whole pantomime again some time this year. The Sun (2016)PMQs was like a pantomime horse in that it began and ended with a question about you know what. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We should dress as pantomime horses. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But actually he isn't a pantomime baddie. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He also contributed colourful songs to the museum's annual staff pantomime. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We just have to accept we're the pantomime horse to the main cast. The Sun (2008)She was in pantomime at the time, and she managed to get glitter in her eye. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Think pantomime horse front and back, but in floral tones. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's got to be pantomime time. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A show or pantomime if still on would be good. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Expect swashbuckling fun including music, pantomime and storytelling, plus parrot workshops and puppet shows. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Between larking about and anti-social behaviour, or a serious play and a pantomime? Times, Sunday Times (2009)I've seen scarier pantomime horses. The Sun (2009)If you haven't taken your annual dose of pantomime yet, the new year still offers some opportunities. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Families enJoy the cricket club and football team, as well as an annual pantomime in the village hall. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He's so good at playing the pantomime villain we're only doing what he does but taking it a couple of steps further. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A spokesman for the theatre said: 'People will be coming to see a pantomime. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'pantomime'
British English: pantomime /ˈpæntəˌmaɪm/ NOUN
A pantomime is a funny musical play for children, usually performed at Christmas.
She regularly appeared in pantomimes.
- American English: pantomime
- Arabic: مَسْرَحٌ لِلْأَطْفَالِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: pantomima
- Chinese: 童话剧
- Croatian: pantomima
- Czech: dětská vánoční hra
- Danish: pantomime
- Dutch: pantomime
- European Spanish: pantomima
- Finnish: pantomiimi
- French: pantomime
- German: Pantomime
- Greek: παντομίμα
- Italian: pantomima
- Japanese: パントマイム
- Korean: 무언극
- Norwegian: pantomime
- Polish: pantomima
- European Portuguese: pantomima
- Romanian: pantomimă
- Russian: пантомима
- Spanish: pantomima
- Swedish: pantomimteater
- Thai: ละครที่มีพื้นฐานมาจากเทพนิยายแสดงช่วงคริสต์มาส
- Turkish: pandomim
- Ukrainian: пантоміма
- Vietnamese: vở kịch câm
Definition of pantomime from the Collins English Dictionary
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