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soytarılık etmek
palyaço

Arkadaşım gerçekten bir palyaço. - My friend is really a clown.

Palyaço komik bir yüz yaptı. - The clown made a funny face.

soytarı

O her zaman derste soytarılık ediyor. - He's always clowning in class.

Tom dün geceki partide soytarılık ediyordu. - Tom was clowning around at the party last night.

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Tom dün geceki partide soytarılık ediyordu. - Tom was clowning around at the party last night.

O her zaman derste soytarılık ediyor. - He's always clowning in class.

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A person who acts in a silly fashion
(also clown about (British) or clown around) To act in a silly fashion
{n} a countryman, ill-bred man, churl
a person who amuses others by ridiculous behavior a rude or vulgar fool act as or like a clown
{f} behave like a buffoon, behave like a fool
One who works upon the soil; a rustic; a churl
A man of coarse nature and manners; an awkward fellow; an ill-bred person; a boor
If you clown, you do silly things in order to make people laugh. Bruno clowned and won affection everywhere. = mess around Clown around and clown about mean the same as clown. Bev made her laugh, the way she was always clowning around. + clowning clown·ing She senses that behind the clowning there is a terrible sense of anguish
or clown around To act in a silly fashion
{i} buffoon, jester
A monster resembling a circus clown
a person who amuses others by ridiculous behavior
A performance artist often associated with a circus and typically characterised by bright, oversized clothing, a red nose, face paint, and a brightly colored wig and who performs slapstick
act as or like a clown
disapproval If you describe someone as a clown, you disapprove of them and have no respect for them. I still think I could do a better job than those clowns in Washington. = idiot, fool. clown around/about to behave in a silly or funny way. Comic character of mime and pantomime and the circus. The clown developed from the bald-headed, padded buffoons who performed in the farces and mimes of ancient Greece and from the professional comic actors of the Middle Ages. The Italian commedia dell'arte introduced the harlequin, and the clown's whiteface makeup was introduced with the 17th-century French character Pierrot. The distinctive clown costume of oversized shoes, hat, and giant ruff around the neck was established by the popular German clown character Pickelherring. The first circus clown, Joseph Grimaldi, appeared as "Joey" in England (1805) and specialized in pantomime, pratfalls, and slapstick. Famous 20th-century clowns included the Swiss pantomimist Grock (Adrian Wettach), the U.S. circus star Emmett Kelly, and the longtime star of the Moscow circus, Oleg Popov
a rude or vulgar fool
A clown is a performer in a circus who wears funny clothes and bright make-up, and does silly things in order to make people laugh
If you say that someone is a clown, you mean that they say funny things or do silly things to amuse people. He was laughing, the clown of the twosome. = joker
To act as a clown; with it
The fool or buffoon in a play, circus, etc
to clown

    Türkische aussprache

    tı klaun

    Aussprache

    /tə ˈkloun/ /tə ˈklaʊn/

    Etymologie

    [ t&, tu, 'tü ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tO; akin to Old High German zuo to, Latin donec as long as, until.

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