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İngilizce - Türkçe

O, övgünün kılık değiştirmiş bir hiciv olduğunu fark etmedi. - He was not aware that the praise was a satire in disguise.

Oyun, siyasi dünya üzerine bir hicivdir. - The play is a satire on the political world.


Oyun, siyasi dünya üzerine bir taşlamadır. - The play is a satire on the political world.

hiciv söyleme
english satire
ingiliz hicvi
turkish satire
türk hicvi
Türkçe - Türkçe

satire teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

(Osmanlı Dönemi) Günahları, kusurları örten
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Setreden, örten, kapatan
Yergi, mizah
İngilizce - İngilizce
A satirical work
A literary technique of writing or art which principally ridicules its subject often as an intended means of provoking or preventing change. Humour is often used to aid this
the employment of sarcasm, irony, or keenness of wit in ridiculing vices
{n} a poem that censures vice or folly
a literary work that holds up human failings to ridicule and censure Close Window
Is to ridicule or mock ideas, persons, events, or doctrines, or to make fun of human foibles or weaknesses
A satire is a play, film, or novel in which humour or exaggeration is used to criticize something. a sharp satire on the American political process. Artistic form in which human or individual vices, folly, abuses, or shortcomings are held up to censure by means of ridicule, derision, burlesque, irony, or other methods, sometimes with an intent to bring about improvement. Literature and drama are its chief vehicles, but it is also found in such mediums as film, the visual arts (e.g., caricatures), and political cartoons. Though present in Greek literature, notably in the works of Aristophanes, satire generally follows the example of either of two Romans, Horace or Juvenal. To Horace the satirist is an urbane man of the world who sees folly everywhere but is moved to gentle laughter rather than to rage. Juvenal's satirist is an upright man who is horrified and angered by corruption. Their different perspectives produced the subgenres of satire identified by John Dryden as comic satire and tragic satire
the use of humour to ridicule and hopefully provoke change in society
A play or other literary work that ridicules social follies, beliefs, religions, or human vices, almost always in a lighthearted vein Satire is not usually a lasting theatre form, as summed up by dramatist George S Kaufman's classic definition: "Satire is what closes on Saturday night "
a work of art, literature or music that mocks or ridicules a popular idea or public figure by reduction to absurdity
{i} literary work designed to demonstrate the negative aspects of human folly through the use of mockery and derision
A work that reveals a critical attitude toward some element of life to a humorous effect It targets human vices and follies, or social institutions and conventions It usually uses wit, irony, parody, caricature, hyperbole, sarcasm Good satire is not only funny, but thought provoking (Kurt Vonnegut has written many great satires)
Blending criticism and humor to expose a fault or problem; often used ironically
A composition, generally poetical, holding up vice or folly to reprobation; a keen or severe exposure of what in public or private morals deserves rebuke; an invective poem; as, the Satires of Juvenal
A literary work which exposes and ridicules human vices or folly Historically perceived as tending toward didacticism, it is usually intended as a moral criticism directed against the injustice of social wrongs It may be written with witty jocularity or with anger and bitterness Sidelight: Satiric poets often utilize irony, hyperbole, understatement, and paradox, as in Pope's An Epistle to Dr Arbuthnot (See also Burlesque, Goliardic Poetry, Hudibrastic Verse, Lampoon, Mock Epic, Parody, Pasquinade) (Compare Antiphrasis)
a narrative where irony and exaggeration are used for a humorous portrayal
An amusing exposure of folly and vice, which aims to produce moral reform
Scorn or ridicule, used humorously in writing to show follies or vices
Plays which mock or make fun of certain sections of society
Satire is the use of humour or exaggeration in order to show how foolish or wicked some people's behaviour or ideas are. The commercial side of the Christmas season is an easy target for satire
A work that blends a critical attitude with humor and wit as well as with the intention of improving human institutions or humanity
A mode of writing which exposes the failings of individuals, societies or institutions to ridicule and scorn Its tone varies from tolerant amusement to bitter indignation (as in Sassoon's war poetry) V
the use of ridicule or scorn, often in a humorous or witty way, to expose vices and follies
witty language used to convey insults or scorn; "he used sarcasm to upset his opponent"; "irony is wasted on the stupid"; "Satire is a sort of glass, wherein beholders do generally discover everybody's face but their own"--Johathan Swift
Keeness and severity of remark; caustic exposure to reprobation; trenchant wit; sarcasm
political satire
mocking attack on the actions of politicians, ridicule of the government and those that run it
Türkçe - İngilizce

satire teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

line of verse