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funny
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funny /'fʌni/
  • tính từ
    • buồn cười, ngồ ngộ, khôi hài
    • là lạ, khang khác
      • there's something funny about this affair: có một cái gì là lạ trong việc bày
  • danh từ, (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ)
    • (thông tục) lời nói buồn cười; câu chuyện khôi hài
    • (số nhiều) tập tranh khôi hài, tập tranh vui
    • danh từ
      • thuyền một người chèo
    Concise Dictionary
    funnier|funniest|funnies'fʌnɪ
    noun
    +an account of an amusing incident (usually with a punch line)
    adj.
    +arousing or provoking laughter
    +beyond or deviating from the usual or expected
    +not as expected
    +experiencing odd bodily sensations

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    adj.
    1 comical, humorous, comic, ludicrous, laughable, ridiculous, risible, waggish, side-splitting, hilarious, uproarious, jocular, jocose, merry, droll, facetious, witty, farcical, slapstick, zany; amusing, entertaining, diverting, Colloq hysterical:
    A comedian's material may be funny but he relies on timing for much of his effect.
    2 peculiar, odd, unusual, curious, strange, mysterious, mystifying, puzzling, queer, weird, bizarre, remarkable, unconventional, eccentric, Slang off-the-wall:
    She had a funny expression on her face. If you do love me, you have a funny way of showing it.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + adjective (funnier, funniest)
    amusing
    1 making you laugh; amusing: a funny story + That's the funniest thing I've ever heard. + It's not funny! Someone could have been hurt. + I was really embarrassed, but then I saw the funny side of it. + (ironic) Oh very funny! You expect me to believe that? + 'What's so funny?' she demanded.
    Help Note: Note that funny does not mean 'enjoyable': The party was great fun. + The party was very funny.
    strange
    2 (especially spoken) difficult to explain or understand: A funny thing happened to me today. + It's funny how things never happen the way you expect them to. + That's funny-he was here a moment ago and now he's gone. + The funny thing is it never happened again after that. + The engine's making a very funny noise. + I'm pleased I didn't get that job, in a funny sort of way.
    suspicious / illegal
    3 (informal) suspicious and probably illegal or dishonest: I suspect there may be something funny going on. + If there has been any funny business, we'll soon find out.
    without respect
    4 (BrE, especially spoken) humorous in a way that shows a lack of respect for sb
    Synonym: CHEEKY
    Don't you get funny with me!
    ill / sick
    5 (informal) slightly ill/sick: I feel a bit funny today-I don't think I'll go to work.
    crazy
    6 (BrE, informal) slightly crazy; not like other people: That Dave's a funny chap, isn't he? + She went a bit funny after her husband died.
    machine
    7 (informal) not working as it should: My computer keeps going funny.
    Collocation Dictionary
    adj

    1 making you laugh

    VERBS

    be, look, seem | become, get
    The movie gets funnier towards the end.
    | find sth

    ADV.

    achingly, bloody
    (taboo),
    brilliantly, dead, extraordinarily, extremely, genuinely, hilariously, hysterically, really, riotously, terribly, uproariously, very, wickedly, wildly, wonderfully
    At last, a genuinely funny comedy show! His performance was hilariously funny. You should have seen it?it was terribly funny!
    | almost | pretty, quite | unintentionally

    2 strange

    VERBS

    be, feel, look, seem, smell, sound, strike sb as, taste
    Didn't it strike you as funny that Adam wasn't there? This wine tastes funny.
    | find sth
    Don't you find it a bit funny that she never mentions her husband?

    ADV.

    extremely, really, very | a bit, a little, pretty, rather
    Helen gave me a rather funny look.

    PHRASES

    funny little
    He's a funny little man.
    | funny old
    It's a funny old world, isn't it?


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