Definition of 'sitcom'
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The kitchen looked like the set for a sitcom about students. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The amiably daft sitcom set in a hair salon runs all this week. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It began as just another squabble on a sitcom set over a punchline. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Only rarely can we find space for the third series of a sitcom. Times, Sunday Times (2010)All this week listeners can again hear the fourth and final series of the sitcom. Times, Sunday Times (2016)To jump into another sitcom in a comedy role is not the right move for me. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Other classic sitcoms are also being revived. Times, Sunday Times (2015)No wonder we watch endless repeats of classic sitcoms when writers turn out dross like this. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Viewers have voted in their thousands for the best five episodes of the sitcom from series one to six. The Sun (2013)IT'S like a classic sitcom scene. The Sun (2014)It sounds like a scene from a '70s sitcom. The Sun (2011)The sitcom is set for Living channel soon. The Sun (2010)But equally the sitcoms that become series will be in a large part the public's choice. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This new sitcom could become classic British comedy. The Sun (2010)The boffins are as odd as their experiments in this new sitcom set in a university's science lab. The Sun (2008)And who's got time to watch a box set of sitcom in the middle of a working day? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Other groups can compare sitcoms with family dramas or PBS specials on the family. Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook (1995)HIT sitcom Outnumbered is set to end after a fifth and final series. The Sun (2014)It's classic sitcom territory - not necessarily in a good way. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This is true in terms of the differing roles played by men and women in soaps, sitcoms, and dramas. Sociology (1995)A perfect reason not to switch off or over after Homeland, the second series of this sitcom is hitting its stride. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'sitcom'
British English: sitcom /ˈsɪtˌkɒm/ NOUN
A sitcom is an amusing television drama series about a set of characters. Sitcom is an abbreviation for 'situation comedy'.
...a classic TV sitcom.
- American English: sitcom
- Arabic: مُسَلْسَلٌ تِلِفِزْيُنِيَّةٌ كُومِدِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: seriado cômico
- Chinese: 情景喜剧
- Croatian: humoristična serija
- Czech: situační komedie
- Danish: situationskomedie
- Dutch: sitcom
- European Spanish: comedia
- Finnish: tilannekomedia
- French: sitcom
- German: Situationskomödie
- Greek: φαρσοκωμωδία
- Italian: sitcom
- Japanese: シチュエーションコメディー
- Korean: 시트콤
- Norwegian: sitkom
- Polish: komedia sytuacyjna
- European Portuguese: sitcom
- Romanian: sitcom
- Russian: комедия положений
- Spanish: comedia
- Swedish: komediserie
- Thai: ละครโทรทัศน์ที่เป็นเรื่องตลกจากการสร้างสถานการณ์
- Turkish: sitkom
- Ukrainian: комедійний серіал
- Vietnamese: hài kịch tình huống
Definition of sitcom from the Collins English Dictionary
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