comic

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komik

Herkes komik roller oynamanın diğerlerinden daha zor olduğunu iddia ediyor fakat bu hiç doğru değil. Herhangi bir alanda, iyi bir iş yapmak her zaman zordur. - Everyone claims that it's harder to play comic roles than others, but that's not true at all. Doing a good job is always difficult, in any area.

Oyundaki komik sahneler abartılıydı. - The comic scenes in the play were overdone.

güldürü
paskal
güldürü oyuncusu
komedyen
gülünç
resimli mizah dergisi
komedi

Bu komedi filmini onun kız kardeşinden ödünç aldım. - I borrowed this comic from his sister.

komediyle ilgili
komediyle ilgili/komik
{s} komedi ile ilgili
comic strip karikatür şeklinde hikâye serisi
{i} karikatür öykü
{s} güldürücü, gülünç, komik
{i} komedi oyuncusu
comic book miki tipinde resimli çocuk kitabı
{i} mizah dergisi
{i} komedi filmi

Bu komedi filmini onun kız kardeşinden ödünç aldım. - I borrowed this comic from his sister.

gülmece, karikatür sitesinden çok sayıda sanatsal karikatürü ücretsiz indirebilir, kullanabilirsiniz
resimli roman
tuhaf
comic books
güldürü kitapları
comic opera
(Muzik) güldürücü opera
comic book
komik kitap
comic opera
komik opera
comic opera
operakomik
comic paper
mizah dergisi
comic strip
resimli komik hikaye
comic strip
çizgi resimli öykü
comic strips
karikatür şeklinde öykü dizisi
comic writer
komedi yazarı
comic actor
komedi oyuncusu
comic books
çizgi roman
comic relief
komik yardım
comic strip magazine
Çizgi roman dergisi, karikatür dergisi
comic book series
çizgi roman serisi
comic fonts
(Bilgisayar) karikatür yazı tipleri
comic play
(Tiyatro) gülünçlü oyun
comic sans ms
(Bilgisayar) comic sans ms
comic strip
bant-karikatür
comic ttf
(Bilgisayar) comıc ttf
comics
çizgi roman

Tom her zaman çizgi roman okuyor. - Tom is always reading comics.

Öğrenciler televizyon ve çizgi roman yüzünden, çok kitap okumazlar. - Students don't read many books because of TV and comics.

comics
resimli mizah dergileri
comics
güldürü
comics
karikatür

Yeni karikatürler çok fazla şiddet ve cinsel sahneye sahip. - Recent comics have too many violent and sexual scenes.

comical
gülmeli
comical
gülünç
comical
tuhaf
comics
karikatür öyküsü
comicality
komiklik
comic book
çizgi roman
comical
comically gülünçlü olarak
comical
{s} komik
comical
{s} acayip
comical
{s} garip
comics
{i} bant-karikatür
serio comic
yarı ciddi yarı komik
serio comic
hem güldürücü hem düşündürücü
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
related to comedy
A cartoon story
being funny
A comedian
A children's newspaper
{a} relating to comedy, raising mirth
A comic is an entertainer who tells jokes in order to make people laugh. = comedian
a professional performer who tells jokes and performs comical acts
{s} humorous, amusing, witty, zany
arousing or provoking laughter; "an amusing film with a steady stream of pranks and pratfalls"; "an amusing fellow"; "a comic hat"; "a comical look of surprise"; "funny stories that made everybody laugh"; "a very funny writer"; "it would have been laughable if it hadn't hurt so much"; "a mirthful experience"; "risible courtroom antics"
A comic is a magazine that contains stories told in pictures. Joe loved to read `Superman' comics. = comic book. amusing you and making you want to laugh   tragic (comicus, from , from komos; COMEDY)
Relating to comedy, as distinct from tragedy
Comic is used to describe comedy as a form of entertainment, and the actors and entertainers who perform it. Grodin is a fine comic actor. a comic opera
of or relating to or characteristic of comedy; "comic hero"
If you describe something as comic, you mean that it makes you laugh, and is often intended to make you laugh. The novel is comic and tragic Most of these trips had exciting or comic moments
Causing mirth; ludicrous
{i} comic book, comic strip (in a newspaper); comedian, comic actor
A childrens newspaper
of or relating to or characteristic of comedy; "comic hero
{s} buffo
comic book
A book or magazine that uses sequences of drawings to tell a story or series of stories, primarily in serialized form, usually fiction
comic books
plural form of comic book
comic relief
The inclusion of a humorous character or scene or witty dialogue in an otherwise serious work, often to relieve tension
comic strip
A series of illustrations, in sequence, often but not necessarily depicting something funny or political in nature
comic strips
plural form of comic strip
comic book
A comic book is a magazine that contains stories told in pictures. = comic. A book of comics strips or cartoons, often relating a sustained narrative. Bound collection of comic strips, usually in chronological sequence, typically telling a single story or a series of different stories. The first true comic books were marketed in 1933 as giveaway advertising premiums. By 1935 reprints of newspaper strips and books with original stories were selling in large quantities. During World War II comics dealing with war and crime found many readers among soldiers stationed abroad, and in the 1950s comic books were blamed for juvenile delinquency. Though the industry responded with self-censorship, some adventure strips continued to be criticized. In the 1960s comic books satirizing the cultural underworld became popular, especially among college students, and comic books have been used to deal with serious subjects (e.g., Art Spiegelman's Maus books, about the Holocaust). Japanese comic books (manga), with their great variation in content and affect, have achieved wide popularity. Today comic "'zines" represent a thriving subculture
comic book
book of cartoons, book containing an animated story
comic book
a magazine devoted to comic strips
comic opera
An opera or operetta with a humorous plot, generally spoken dialogue, and usually a happy ending. Also called bouffe
comic opera
opera with an amusing story line
comic opera
opera with a happy ending and in which some of the text is spoken
comic relief
A humorous or farcical interlude in a serious literary work or drama, especially a tragedy, intended to relieve the dramatic tension or heighten the emotional impact by means of contrast. a British charity organization which was started by professional comedians. Once a year they have a special day when they collect money for people who need help in the UK and other countries
comic strip
a sequence of drawings telling a story in a newspaper or comic book
comic strip
A comic strip is a series of drawings that tell a story, especially in a newspaper or magazine. a series of pictures drawn inside boxes that tell a story cartoon. Series of drawings that read as a narrative, arranged together on the page of a newspaper, magazine, or book. In the 1890s several U.S. newspapers featured weekly drawings that were funny, but without indicated speech. In 1897 Rudolph Dirks's Katzenjammer Kids, in the New York Journal, featured humorous strips containing words presumably spoken by the characters. Soon speeches in balloons appeared in other cartoons, arranged in a series to form a strip. The comic strip arrived at its maturity in 1907 with Bud Fisher's Mutt and Jeff, which appeared daily in the San Francisco Chronicle. Important later comic-strip artists include George Herriman, Al Capp, Walt Kelly, and Charles Schulz. See also comic book
comic strip
series of cartoons, animated story which appears in sequels (in a newspaper)
comical
Being laughable, ridiculous

What a comical error!.

comical
Being funny, whimsically amusing

The tutor cruelly excelled in comical scoldings.

comical
Originally, relating to comedy

It was a comical performance.

comics
A collection of comic strips
comics
plural form of comic
prop comic
A comedian whose performances utilize common and/or unusual objects as physical aids to help achieve a humorous effect

Carrot Top is a well-know prop comic; he often comes on stage with a huge box of odd objects.

comical
funny
comical
{s} funny, amusing, humorous
comical
{a} diverting, merry, droll, queer, odd
heroi-comic
(Edebiyat) Mock-heroic or heroi-comic works are typically satires or parodies that mock common Classical stereotypes of heroes and heroic literature. Typically, mock-heroic works invert the heroic work by either putting a fool in the role of the hero or by exaggerating the heroic qualities to such a point that they become absurd
heroi-comic
(Edebiyat) (noun) a burlesque imitation of the heroic character or literary style
heroi-comic
(Edebiyat) (adjective) imitating the style of heroic literature to satirize a mundane subject
comical
Exciting mirth; droll; laughable; as, a comical story
comical
Relating to comedy
comical
being ridiculous
comical
being funny
comical
arousing or provoking laughter; "an amusing film with a steady stream of pranks and pratfalls"; "an amusing fellow"; "a comic hat"; "a comical look of surprise"; "funny stories that made everybody laugh"; "a very funny writer"; "it would have been laughable if it hadn't hurt so much"; "a mirthful experience"; "risible courtroom antics"
comical
If you describe something as comical, you mean that it makes you want to laugh because it seems funny or silly. Her expression is almost comical Events took a comical turn. = funny + comically comi·cal·ly She raised her eyebrows comically. behaviour or situations that are comical are funny in a strange or unexpected way
comicality
The quality of being comical; something comical
comicality
{i} humorous quality, amusing quality; quality of a comedy
comicality
The state of being comical
comics
the page of a newspaper especially devoted to comic strips
comics
an artistic medium consisting of juxtaposed pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence, intended to convey information and/or to produce an aesthetic response in the viewer (also, comix)
comics
plural form of comic, (Noun, 2)
tragi-comic
Something that is tragi-comic is both sad and amusing at the same time
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comic sans ms
(Bilgisayar) tempus sans itc
comic sans ms
(Bilgisayar) comic sans ms
comic
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