English translation of 'ironique'
Example Sentences Including 'ironique'
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Celle, ironique, du voyage lui-même, avec ses ridicules.Le Monde (2000)
Elle faillit se fâcher, mais, sous le regard ironique de Planou, se contint.Les moulins à nuages
Et pourtant un après-midi, à la sortie d'un petit village, ô ironique : Ma soeur, mais où va ma soeur, toute seule ?La nuit sacrée
Il ne suffit pas au gouvernement de considérer avec un sourire ironique le marécage dans lequel se débat la droite.Le Monde (1997)
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'ironique' in Other Languages
British English: ironic /aɪˈrɒnɪk/ ADJECTIVE
When you make an ironic remark, you say something that you do not mean, as a joke.
People used to call me Mr Popularity at secondary school, but they were being ironic.
- American English: ironic
- Arabic: تَهَكُّمِيٌّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: irônico
- Chinese: 讽刺的
- Croatian: ironičan
- Czech: ironický
- Danish: ironisk
- Dutch: ironisch
- European Spanish: irónico
- Finnish: ironinen
- French: ironique
- German: ironisch
- Greek: ειρωνικός
- Italian: ironico
- Japanese: 皮肉な
- Korean: 풍자적인
- Norwegian: ironisk
- Polish: ironiczny
- European Portuguese: irónico
- Romanian: ironic
- Russian: шуточный
- Spanish: irónico
- Swedish: ironisk
- Thai: ที่ชอบเหน็บแนม
- Turkish: alaycı
- Ukrainian: іронічний
- Vietnamese: mỉa mai
British English: wry ADJECTIVE
If someone has a wry expression, it shows that they find a bad situation or a change in a situation slightly amusing.
He allowed himself a wry smile.
Translation of ironique from the Collins French to English
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