gwawdlun, wawdlun, gwawdluniau, ngwawdlun, ngwawdluniau, wawdluniau
Noun(1) a representation of a person that is exaggerated for comic effect
Verb(1) represent in or produce a caricature of
(1) The element of cartoonish caricature finds its way into much of this production.(2) a crude caricature of the Prime Minister(3) a caricature of Jimmy Durante(4) Memin is a cartoon character from a decades-old and much-beloved Mexican comic book, a caricature of a young, black Mexican boy.(5) he looked a caricature of his normal self(6) he looked like a caricature of his normal self(7) This is the Cornwall of myth, a clichÔö£┬«d caricature version of the county complete with exaggerated eccentrics, loony local lore and mystical happenings.(8) there are elements of caricature in the portrayal of the hero(9) When Sinclair Lewis wrote Babbitt, he succeeded in creating a caricature of success typifying the mind-set of the twenties.(10) Moving on from his Hogarthian images of the early 1990s, the elements of caricature have disappeared, although he remains preoccupied with brutalisation.(11) While there is certainly an element of caricature in Geikie's works they are never caricatures per se.(12) Glover, who has a penchant for playing strange individuals, uses this opportunity not to inhabit a genuine character, but to create a caricature .(13) In 1803 Gillray created a prototype caricature of Napoleon which was widely copied by his competitors.(14) On stage, I am a caricature of my normal personality which probably doesn't bode well.(15) Has some modernist thinker sat in a college, chuckling as he invents this ludicrous caricature in order to discredit postmodernism once and for all?(16) One of the four pictures was an old-fashioned caricature of a bomb - round and black with a burning fuse.
1. cartoon ::
2. parody ::
3. satire ::
4. lampoon ::
5. burlesque ::
7. takeoff ::
8. parody ::
9. satirize ::
10. lampoon ::
11. make fun of ::
gwneud hwyl am
12. burlesque ::
13. mimic ::
1. meiosis ::
Different Formscaricature, caricatured, caricatures, caricaturing
English to Welsh Dictionary: caricature
Meaning and definitions of caricature, translation in Welsh language for caricature with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of caricature in Welsh and in English language.
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What caricature means in Welsh, caricature meaning in Welsh, caricature definition, examples and pronunciation of caricature in Welsh language.