English to Welsh Meaning :: clown

clown, clowniaid, chlowniaid, glowniaid, nghlown, nghlowniaid
Clown :
clown
- clownclownedclownioclownishclowniau
 

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Noun(1) a rude or vulgar fool(2) a person who amuses others by ridiculous behavior
Verb(1) act as or like a clown

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(1) She tells a marvellous story of the six-year-old Billy seeing a clown at the circus balancing a birthday cake on his shoulder.(2) a circus clown(3) He had a restless, attention-seeking nature and loved to play the clown .(4) The film is about a clown who leaves his circus and lives in a building near a railway station.(5) Just one more incompetent clown that can't slow down a sinking company.(6) At heart, he loved to play the clown , and it was such a release to sit on a street corner and make a fool out of himself from time to time.(7) He seemed like a class clown , and most girls flock towards that.(8) She almost laughed: that kind of response was typical of him, he was a clown , plain and simple, who loved to have fun, and teased all the time.(9) He first entered the spotlight as a circus clown aged five and later trained exotic cats and became the show's wild animal trainer.(10) These films had minimal storylines and just gave the pop stars an opportunity to clown around and do their thing in between tunes.(11) He was the class clown and easily one of the funniest, most good natured people I ever had the pleasure of knowing.(12) Honestly, you should join the circus and become a clown .(13) He was the class clown , known by all and loved by most.(14) I've heard it said that it's never the class clown who goes into comedy but the quiet one who just observes.(15) The hob part of hobgoblin was a familiar form of Robin or Robert and became a standard name for a rustic person or a clown .(16) And to that end, he teaches serious professionals how to play the clown .
Related Words
(1) class clown ::
clown y dosbarth
Synonyms
Noun
1. comedian ::
digrifwr
2. joker ::
joker
3. fool ::
twyllo
4. buffoon ::
buffoon
5. goofball ::
goofball
Verb
6. fool around ::
chwarae o gwmpas
7. clown around ::
clown o gwmpas
Different Forms
clown, clowned, clowning, clownish, clowns
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