parodia


parodia
f.
parody.
hacer una parodia de alguien to do a send-up o take-off of somebody
pres.indicat.
3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: parodiar.
imperat.
2nd person singular (tú) Imperative of Spanish verb: parodiar.
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parodia
nombre femenino
1 parody
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SF
1) (=imitación) parody, takeoff *
2) [de la justicia, investigación] travesty
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femenino parody, send-up (colloq)
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= spoof, parody, parody intended, caricature representation, travesty.
Ex. Liberation News Service (LNS) was an underground newspaper which supplied the US 1960s counter-culture with a variety of articles, essays and spoofs.
Ex. What I am describing is a parody of the real state of affairs in many schools.
Ex. While some sites are strictly parody intended or product-promoting, some intentionally lure the unsuspecting into information provided by hate groups or other agenda-laden organisations.
Ex. In this caricature representation, the Jew is followed by the Jewess, who lays a huge Jew egg that the children of the village attack with gusto, smashing it to bits.
Ex. It's great that Connecticut finally decided to drop the charges, but the whole thing remains a travesty.
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femenino parody, send-up (colloq)
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= spoof, parody, parody intended, caricature representation, travesty.

Ex: Liberation News Service (LNS) was an underground newspaper which supplied the US 1960s counter-culture with a variety of articles, essays and spoofs.

Ex: What I am describing is a parody of the real state of affairs in many schools.
Ex: While some sites are strictly parody intended or product-promoting, some intentionally lure the unsuspecting into information provided by hate groups or other agenda-laden organisations.
Ex: In this caricature representation, the Jew is followed by the Jewess, who lays a huge Jew egg that the children of the village attack with gusto, smashing it to bits.
Ex: It's great that Connecticut finally decided to drop the charges, but the whole thing remains a travesty.

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parodia
feminine
parody, takeoff (colloq), send-up (colloq)
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Del verbo parodiar: (conjugate parodiar)

parodia es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente indicativo

2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

Multiple Entries:
parodia    
parodiar
parodia sustantivo femenino
parody, send-up (colloq)
parodia sustantivo femenino parody
parodiar verbo transitivo to parody
'parodia' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
imitación
English:
mockery
- parody
- spoof
- takeoff
- send
- take
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parodia nf
[de texto, estilo] parody; [de película] send-up, spoof;
hacer una parodia de alguien to do a send-up o takeoff of sb
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parodia
f parody
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parodia nf
: parody

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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