listen to the pronunciation of comedy
Englisch - Türkisch
güldürücü piyes veya filim

Bir korku filmi izlemek istedim ama kız arkadaşım korkmuş ve komedi kiralamış. - I wanted to watch a horror movie, but my girlfriend is scared and rented comedy instead.

Komedi seni güldüren şeydir. - Comedy is something that makes you laugh.

{i} komik olaylar
comedy act
komedi hareket
comedy club
komedi club
comedy club
Komedi kulübü

He has made random appearances at a famed comedy club in New York.

farce comedy
musical comedy
müzikal komedi
dark comedy
Kara mizah
farce, satirical comedy
maskaralık, satirik komedi
high comedy
yüksek komedi
restoration comedy
Restorasyon komedisi
romantic comedy
romantik komedi
stand-up comedy
sahnede yapılan komedi gösterisi
black comedy
kara mizah
burlesque comedy
(Tiyatro) bürlesk komedi
drawing room comedy
salon komedisi
historical comedy
(Tiyatro) tarih komedyası
light comedy
hafif komedi
slapstick comedy
kaba komedi
Englisch - Englisch
archaic Greece. a choric song of celebration or revel
ancient Greece. a light, amusing play with a happy ending
A dramatic work that is light and humorous or satirical in tone
The genre of such works
the art of composing comedy
a humorous event
entertainment composed of jokes, satire, or humorous performance
medieval Europe. a narrative poem with an agreeable ending (e.g., The Divine Comedy)
{n} a laughable or droll dramatic piece
A comedy is a play, film, or television programme that is intended to make people laugh. tragedy
light-hearted or amusing events
The comedy of a situation involves those aspects of it that make you laugh. Jackie sees the comedy in her millionaire husband's thrifty habits. = humour see also situation comedy. Genre of dramatic literature that deals with the light and amusing or with the serious and profound in a light, familiar, or satirical manner. Comedy can be traced to revels associated with worship in Greece in the 5th century BC. Aristophanes, Menander, Terence, and Plautus produced comedies in classical literature. It reappeared in the late Middle Ages, when the term was used to mean simply a story with a happy ending (e.g., Dante's Divine Comedy), the same meaning it has in novels of the last three centuries (e.g., the fiction of Jane Austen). Compare tragedy. musical comedy comedy of manners New Comedy situation comedy
a drama with a happy ending or nontragic theme (see situation comedy and comedy of characters)
The lighter side of drama The dramatic components that make us laugh
An amusing and lighthearted play or narrative intended to provoke laughter on the part of the spectator; or a work with a happy ending
a type of literature that represents the restoration to bliss; the literature of youth and the season of spring
a comic incident or series of incidents
A humorous, entertaining play with a happy ending
Comedy consists of types of entertainment, such as plays and films, or particular scenes in them, that are intended to make people laugh. Actor Dom Deluise talks about his career in comedy. a TV comedy series
(Humor) Situation Comedy Physical Comedy Comedy of Manners Comedy of Errors
Popularly, a funny play; classically, a play that ends happily; metaphorically, a play with some humor that celebrates the eternal ironies of human existence ("divine comedy")
a broad category of dramatic works that are intended primarily to entertain and amuse an audience Comedies take many different forms, but they all share three basic characteristics: (1) the values that are expressed and that typically present the conflict within the play are social and determined by the general opinion of society (as opposed to universal and beyond the control of humankind, as in tragedy); (2) characters in comedies are often defined primarily in terms of their society and their role within it; (3) comedies often end with a restoration of social order in which one or more characters take a proper social role Close Window
A dramatic composition, or representation of a bright and amusing character, based upon the foibles of individuals, the manners of society, or the ludicrous events or accidents of life; a play in which mirth predominates and the termination of the plot is happy; opposed to tragedy
light and humorous drama with a happy ending
{i} amusing play, funny drama
In television, sitcom is the most common form of comedy, literally where the humour arises from the situation that a group of characters find themselves in Sitcoms often have "canned laughter attached In theatre there are many types of comedy One example is character comedy, which comes from a tradition known as commedia dell arte, a modern form of this is improvised comedy such as Theatre sports Back to top
comedy of manners
A comic work that satirizes the manners and affectations of a social class, often represented by stock characters
comedy club
A comedy club is a venue, typically a nightclub, where people watch or listen to performances, including stand-up comedians, improvisational comedians, impersonators, magicians, ventriloquists and other comedy acts. The term "comedy club" usually refers to venues that feature standup comedy, as distinguished from improv theaters that host improv or sketch comedy and variety clubs that may also host musical acts
comedy club
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comedy of manners
1. A play, novel, or film that gives a satirical portrayal of behaviour in a particular social group
Comedy Store
comic Israeli television show
Comedy of Errors
a humorous play by Shakespeare about two sets of identical twins (=two children born to the same mother at the same time, who look exactly the same) . There are many confusing and amusing situations because the other characters think that they are dealing with one twin when in fact they are dealing with the other. The phrase 'a comedy of errors' is often used to describe a situation that is so full of mistakes and problems that it seems funny
comedy ballet
a ballet that stresses the drama with features of comedy
comedy of errors
slapstick comedy, comedy in which many funny mistakes are made
comedy of manners
comedy that ridicules through the use of satire the manners and behaviours of a certain class of society
comedy of manners
A comedy satirizing the attitudes and behavior of a particular social group, often of fashionable society. comedies of manners a play, film, or television programme that shows how silly people's behaviour is or can be. Witty, ironic form of drama that satirizes the manners and fashions of a particular social class or set. Comedies of manners were usually written by sophisticated authors for members of their own social class, and they typically are concerned with social usage and the ability or inability of certain characters to meet social standards, which are often exacting but morally trivial. The plot, usually concerning an illicit love affair or other scandalous matter, is subordinate to the play's brittle atmosphere, witty dialogue, and pungent commentary on human foibles. Its notable exponents include William Congreve, Oliver Goldsmith, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Oscar Wilde, and Noel Coward
black comedy
Alternative form of black humor
improvisational comedy
A form of improvisational theatre performed with little predetermination of subject matter and structure, but with interaction with the audience
improvisational comedy
An instance of such theatre
prop comedy
A style of comedic performance in which common and/or unusual objects are used as physical aids to help achieve a humorous effect

In his zany prop comedy Gallagher would sometimes smash watermelons and splatter the front rows of the audience.

screwball comedy
A motion picture of this genre
screwball comedy
A genre of motion picture made in Hollywood in the 1930s and 1940s where opposites were juxtaposed; characterized by snappy dialog, and a blend of sophistication and slapstick
sex comedy
A genre of comedy film with sexual content or themes
situation comedy
An episode of such a program
situation comedy
An episodic comedy television program with a plot or storyline based around a particular humorous situation
stand-up comedy
comedy performed on stage by a single comedian
Divine Comedy
a long poem in three parts, written around 1300 by the Italian poet Dante. It describes the poet's spiritual journey. First he is led through Hell (the Inferno) and Purgatory by the poet Virgil, and then he is led through Paradise by Beatrice, the woman he loves. Many people consider it to be one of the greatest poems ever written
Divine Comedy
epic poem written by Dante describing a journey through the afterlife
Ealing comedy
one of many humorous films, made mostly in black and white at Ealing Studios in London during the 1940s and 1950s, in which many well-known British actors appeared
Father of Comedy
Aristophanes (c.448-c.388 BC), Greek playwright and one of the greatest of the ancient writers of comedy, author of "The Clouds" and "Lysistrata
New Comedy
Greek drama from 320 BC to the mid-3rd century BC that offers a mildly satiric view of contemporary Athenian society. Unlike Old Comedy, which parodies public figures and events (see Aristophanes), New Comedy features fictional average citizens in domestic life. The chorus, the representative of forces larger than life, is reduced to a small band of musicians and dancers. Plays usually involve the conventionalized situation of thwarted lovers and contain stock characters. Menander introduced the New Comedy and became its most famous exponent; Plautus and Terence translated its plays for the Roman stage. Elements of New Comedy influenced European drama down to the 18th century
Restoration comedy
a humorous type of play that was popular in England during the time of the Restoration, which includes a lot of satire and jokes about people's social and sexual behaviour. Plays by Oliver Goldsmith and William Congreve are typical examples of Restoration comedy
black comedy
a play, story etc that is funny, but also shows the unpleasant side of human life
black comedy
grim or grotesque satire
black comedy
comedy that uses black humor
plural of comedy
divine comedy
a narrative epic poem written by Dante
high comedy
a sophisticated comedy; often satirizing genteel society
high comedy
Comedy of a sophisticated and witty nature, often satirizing genteel society
low comedy
a comedy characterized by slapstick and burlesque
low comedy
Comedy characterized by slapstick, burlesque, and horseplay
musical comedy
light humorous play which contains music and songs
musical comedy
Musical comedy is a type of play or film that has singing and dancing as part of the story and that is humorous and entertaining, especially one written before the middle of the twentieth century. A comedic play or movie in which dialogue is interspersed with songs, especially one with a focus on musical numbers and a simple plot. a musical, especially one from the early 20th century
physical comedy
comedy performance characterized by the use of humorous gestures and movements
screwball comedy
a film or television programme that is funny because crazy things happen
situation comedy
a humorous drama based on situations that might arise in day-to-day life
situation comedy
a humorous television program based on situations that could arise in everyday life a humorous drama based on situations that might arise in day-to-day life
situation comedy
a humorous television program based on situations that could arise in everyday life
situation comedy
A situation comedy is an amusing television drama series about a set of characters. The abbreviation sitcom is also used. a situation comedy that was set in an acupuncture clinic. A humorous radio or television series featuring the reactions of a regular cast of characters to unusual situations, such as misunderstandings or embarrassing coincidences; a sitcom. a sitcom. or sitcom Radio or television comedy series that involves a continuing cast of characters in a succession of episodes. Often the characters are markedly different types thrown together by circumstance and occupying a shared environment such as an apartment building or workplace. Typically half an hour in length and either taped in front of a studio audience or employing canned applause, they are marked by verbal sparring and rapidly resolved conflicts
situation comedy
{i} sitcom, comedy program based on everyday experiences
stand-up comedy
performance where a comedian tells jokes on stage
A tragi-comedy is a play or other written work that is both sad and amusing
amusing play that also contains sad elements
“situation comedy
a humorous drama based on situations that might arise in day-to-day life
“situation comedy
a humorous television program based on situations that could arise in everyday life