US: /ɫæmˈpun/
UK: /læmpˈuːn/

English Vietnamese dictionary

lampoon /læm'pu:n/
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Advanced English dictionary

verb, noun
+ verb [VN] (written) to criticize sb/sth publicly in an amusing way that makes them or it look ridiculous: His cartoons mercilessly lampooned the leading politicians of his time.
+ noun (written) a piece of writing that criticizes sb/sth and makes them or it look silly: Such lampoons of royalty were previously found only in the foreign press.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 burlesque, caricature, satire, parody, pasquinade or pasquil, squib, Colloq take-off, Brit send-up:
The students published a hilarious lampoon of the teaching staff.
2 burlesque, caricature, satirize, parody, pasquinade or pasquil, mock, ridicule, squib, US skewer, Colloq take off, put or run down, Brit send up:
The cows we hold most sacred are often lampooned by irreverent cartoonists.

Concise English dictionary

+a composition that imitates somebody's style in a humorous way
+ridicule with satire