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Vrsta niže komedije, kojoj je glavni zadatak da izazove smeh, bez ikakvog cilja, tako da je zbog preterivanja u svemu, više karikatura nego prava komedija; farsa; fig. šala, šegačenje. (tur.)

burlesque
/ bərlesk /

imenica

Množina reči burlesque je burlesques.

Sinonimi:
charade · lampoon · mockery · parody · pasquinade · put-o · sendup · spoof · takeoff · travesty

A theatrical entertainment of broad and earthy humor; consists of comic skits and short turns (and sometimes striptease).
In the 17th and 18th centuries, a form of satirical comedy parodying a particular play or dramatic genre. For example, John Gay’s The Beggar’s Opera 1728 is a burlesque of 18th-century opera, and Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s The Critic 1777 satirizes the sentimentality in contemporary drama. In the US from the mid-19th century, burlesque referred to a sex-and-comedy show invented by Michael Bennett Leavitt 1866 with acts including acrobats, singers, and comedians. During the 1920s striptease was introduced in order to counteract the growing popularity of the movies; Gypsy Rose Lee was the most famous stripper. Burlesque was frequently banned in the US.

hoax
/ hoʊks /

imenica

Množina reči hoax je hoaxes.

Sinonimi:
dupery · fraud · fraudulence · humbug · put-on

ETYM Prob. contr. from hocus, in hocus-pocus.
A deception; a deceptive trick or story; an elaborate practical joke.

jest
/ dʒest /

imenica

Množina reči jest je jests.

Sinonimi:
joke · jocularity

Sinonimi:
gag · jape · jocularity · joke · laugh

ETYM Old Eng. jeste, geste, deed, action, story, tale, Old Fren. geste, Late Lat. gesta, orig., exploits, neut. pl. from Latin gestus, p. p. of gerere to bear, carry, accomplish, perform.
Activity characterized by good humor; SYN. joke, jocularity.

lark
/ lɑːrk /

imenicasleng, dijalekt

Množina reči lark je larks.

Sinonimi:
escapade · meadowlark · pipit · titlark

A source of or quest for amusement or adventure

mime
/ maɪm /

imenica

Množina reči mime je mimes.

Sinonimi:
pantomime · dumb show · mimer · mummer · pantomimer · pantomimist

ETYM Latin mimus, Greek, akin to mimesis imitation: cf. French mime. Related to Mimosa.
Type of acting in which gestures, movements, and facial expressions replace speech. It has developed as a form of theater, particularly in France, where Marcel Marceau and Jean Louis Barrault have continued the traditions established in the 19th century by Deburau and the practices of the commedia dell'arte in Italy. In ancient Greece, mime was a crude, realistic comedy with dialogue and exaggerated gesture.
1. A performance using gestures and body movements without words; SYN. pantomime, dumb show.
2. An actor who communicates entirely by gesture and facial expression; SYN. mimer, mummer, pantomimer, pantomimist.

travesty
/ trævəsti /

imenica

Množina reči travesty je travesties.

Sinonimi:
burlesque · charade · farce · farce comedy · lampoon · mockery · parody · pasquinade · put-o · sendup · spoof · takeoff

1. A burlesque imitation of something
2. A burlesque translation or imitation of a work of literature.

waggery
/ wæɡəri /

imenica

Množina reči waggery je waggeries.

Sinonimi:
waggishness

Sinonimi:
drollery · waggishness

ETYM From Wag.
Waggish behavior; SYN. waggishness.

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