facetious

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İngilizce - Türkçe
patavatsız
uygunsuz şakalar yapan
sulu
face value itibari kıymet
{s} alaycı

Sen alaycı davranıyorsun. - You're being facetious.

Ben alaycı davranıyordum. - I was being facetious.

tuhaf
{s} şakacı
latifeci
{s} yerli yersiz espri yapan
facetiously şakalaşarak
{s} esprili
komikliği üzerinde
latife ederek
yersiz espri yapan
amusing
{s} eğlenceli

Ben onu çok eğlenceli buldum. - I found her very amusing.

Onun hikayesi bizim için oldukça eğlenceliydi. - His story was highly amusing to us.

amusing
güldürücü
amusing
eğlendirerek
amusing
ahenkli
amusing
{f} eğlendir

Çocuklarına eğlendirici bir hikaye anlattı. - She told her children an amusing story.

Çocuklar böyle eğlendirici şeyler söylüyor. - The children say such amusing things.

amusing
zarif
amusing
hoş
amusing
şaka yapan
facetiously
şakacı olarak
facetiously
Patavatsız bir şakayla
amusing
{s} gülünç
amusing
{s} eğlendirici; oyalayıcı; güldürücü
amusing
eğlendirici

Çocuklar böyle eğlendirici şeyler söylüyor. - The children say such amusing things.

Dedektif hikayeleri eğlendirici. - Detective stories are amusing.

amusing
{s} komik

Ayyaşlar genellikle oldukça komiktirler. - Drunkards are often quite amusing.

Çok anlamlı sözcük grupları genelde komik çevirilere neden olur. - Ambiguous phrases in general lead to amusing interpretations.

facetiously
şaka yaparak
facetiously
(zarf) şaka yaparak
facetiousness
{i} alaycılık
facetiousness
şakacılık
İngilizce - İngilizce
Pleasantly humorous, jocular
Treating serious issues with deliberately inappropriate humor; flippant

Robbie's joke about Heather's picture was just him being facetious.

amusing
{a} affable, gay, cheerful, merry, witty
Pleasantly humourous, jocular
Characterized by wit and pleasantry; exciting laughter; as, a facetious story or reply
{s} humorous, amusing, entertaining
disapproval If you say that someone is being facetious, you are criticizing them because they are making humorous remarks or saying things that they do not mean in a situation where they ought to be serious. The woman eyed him coldly. `Don't be facetious,' she said. = flippant. saying things that are intended to be clever and funny but are really silly and annoying (facétieux, from facétie )
cleverly amusing in tone; "a bantering tone"; "facetious remarks"; "tongue-in-cheek advice"
Given to wit and good humor; merry; sportive; jocular; as, a facetious companion
jesting
facete

Adrian the sixth pope gave command that statue should be demolished and burned, the ashes flung into the River Tiber, and had done it forthwith, had not Lodovicus Suessanus, a facete companion, dissuaded him to the contrary .

facetiously
In a pleasantly humorous or playful fashion
facetiousness
The state of being facetious
facetiousness
The product or result of being facetious
facetiously
{a} affably, merrily, wittily
facetiousness
{n} affability, cheerfulness, wit, drollery
facetiously
not seriously; "I meant it facetiously"
facetiously
In a facetious or flippant manner; in a manner that treats serious issues with deliberately inappropriate humor
facetiously
humorously, in an amusing manner
facetiously
not seriously; "I meant it facetiously
facetiousness
{i} humor, joking
facetiousness
playful humor
facetious