lampoon

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hiciv
taşlama
tezyif
yer

Şu an onların fikirlerini yermek kolay, fakat onlar o zaman epey haklı göründü. - It's easy to lampoon their ideas now, but they seemed quite reasonable at the time.

{f} hicvetmek
hiciv ile tezyif etmek
hiciv yazan
hiciv muharriri
hakkıda hiciv yazmak lampooner
lampoonist hicivci
{i} yergi
{f} taşlama yazmak
{f} taşlamak, yermek
yermek

Şu an onların fikirlerini yermek kolay, fakat onlar o zaman epey haklı göründü. - It's easy to lampoon their ideas now, but they seemed quite reasonable at the time.

lampoon artist
hiciv sanatçı
lampooner
(Edebiyat) hicivci
lampooner
hiciv yazarı
lampooner
(isim) taşlama yazarı
lampooner
taşlama yazarı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A written attack ridiculing a person, group, or institution
A light, good-humored satire
To satirize or poke fun at
{n} abuse, personal slander
{v} to abuse personally, libel, ridicule
Sir Walter Scott says, “These personal and scandalous libels, carried to excess in the reign of Charles II , acquired the name of lampoons from the burden sung to them: Lampone, lampone, camerada lampone'- Guzzler, guzzler, my fellow guzzler ” (French, lamper, to guzzle ) Sir Walter obtained his information from Trevoux
A personal satire in writing; usually, malicious and abusive censure written only to reproach and distress
a composition that imitates somebody's style in a humorous way
To subject to abusive ridicule expressed in writing; to make the subject of a lampoon
{i} harsh satire, something which ridicules or makes fun of a person (or institution, etc.)
A bitter, abusive satire in prose or verse attacking an individual Motivated by malice, it is intended solely to reproach and distress Sidelight: Before the term lampoon was coined, it was called invective and dates back as far as the origin of poetry itself It now appears primarily in prose, however, except for its occasional use in epigrams (See also Burlesque, Parody, Pasquinade)
{f} satirize, ridicule, mock
If you lampoon someone or something, you criticize them very strongly, using humorous means. He was lampooned for his short stature and political views
A lampoon is a piece of writing or speech which criticizes someone or something very strongly, using humorous means. his scathing lampoons of consumer culture The style Shelley is using here is that of popular lampoon. to criticize someone or something in a humorous way that makes them seem stupid (lampon, probably from lampons (used in drinking songs), from lamper )
ridicule with satire; "The writer satirized the politician's proposal"
lampoon artist
a cartoonist who draws parodies or satirical renditions of cultural or social or political situations
lampooner
Someone who lampoons; someone who pokes fun
lampooner
{n} a writer of personal satire
National Lampoon
a humorous US magazine which is read especially by young people, and which makes fun of famous people, recent events, traditions etc. There are also National Lampoon films and radio and television programmes
lampooned
past of lampoon
lampooner
The writer of a lampoon
lampooner
{i} one who lampoons, one who satirizes, one who ridicules
lampooning
present participle of lampoon
lampooning
{i} act of ridiculing or mocking a person (or institution, etc.)
lampoons
plural of lampoon
lampoon
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