gracioso


gracioso
adj.
1 funny, comical, witty, humorous.
2 graceful, attractive, charming.
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gracioso
adjetivo
1 (atractivo) graceful, charming
2 (bromista) witty, facetious
3 (divertido) funny, amusing
4 (tratamiento) Gracious
Su Graciosa Majestad Her Gracious Majesty
nombre masculino,nombre femenino
1 TEATRO jester, clown, fool
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FRASEOLOGÍA
hacerse el gracioso to try to be funny
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(f. - graciosa)
adj.
funny, witty
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gracioso, -a
1. ADJ
1) (=divertido) funny, amusing

una situación muy graciosa — a very funny o amusing situation

es de lo más gracioso — he's really funny o amusing

estás tú muy graciosillo hoy — iró you're very witty o funny today

lo gracioso del caso es que ... — the funny o amusing thing about it is that ...

lo gracioso sería que ganaran ellos, cuando van los últimos — it would be funny if they won, when they're last at the moment

¡qué gracioso! — how funny!

has visto cómo me ha adelantado ese coche ¡qué gracioso! — iró did you see how that car overtook me - now that was really clever, wasn't it?

2) (=mono) cute

tiene una nariz muy graciosa — she's got a cute little nose

un sombrerito muy gracioso — a lovely o cute little hat

3) [como título] gracious

su graciosa Majestad — her gracious Majesty

4) (=gratuito) free
2.
SM / F iró joker *

habrá sido algún gracioso — it must have been some joker *

hacerse el gracioso — to try to be funny

¡no se haga el gracioso! — don't try to be funny!

3.
SM (Teat, Hist) comic character, fool
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I
-sa adjetivo
1) (divertido) <chiste/persona> funny

qué gracioso! — how funny!

lo gracioso del caso es que ... — the funny o amusing thing about it is that ...

sería gracioso que nos hicieran pagar si nos han invitado — (iró) that would be great, making us pay after they'd invited us (colloq & iro)

2)
a) (atractivo) <cara/figura> attractive

las pecas le dan un aspecto muy gracioso — those freckles make her look really cute o sweet

b)

su Graciosa Majestad — her gracious Majesty

II
-sa masculino, femenino

el gracioso de tu hermano ... — that joker of a brother of yours ...

hacerse el gracioso — to play the fool

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= facetious, humorous, amusing, funny [funnier -comp., funniest -sup.], prankster, cute [cuter -comp., cutest -sup.], joky [jokey], droll, comical.
Ex. This might, perhaps, be considered a facetious example; however, consider the effect of the indiscriminate use of LATIN AMERICA and SPANISH AMERICA.
Ex. Supporting material -- cartoons, quotations and humorous excerpts -- are used to keep students intrigued and clues are allowed if students are unable to formulate a research strategy.
Ex. In the proceedings of the pioneer 1876 Conference of Librarians we can read that 'Mr Edmands gave some amusing illustrations to show that readers often had only the most vague idea of what they really wanted'.
Ex. This article reviews on-line data bases that may be used to search for references to humour (cartoons, funny articles and books, and medical aspects of humour).
Ex. The author describes the story made up by a prankster about a crocodile eating a golfer in Florida.
Ex. Frequently the youngest child takes on the role of the mascot; he acts cute, mischievous, and endearing.
Ex. However, his attempt to make cultural and social history more accessible to a wider audience by adopting a homey, jokey style often seems counterproductive.
Ex. Never sentimental, the movie has moments of droll, deadpan humor.
Ex. Even so, the 'comical' closing scene is out of keeping with the overall mood of the picture.
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* chiste tonto pero gracioso = knee slapper.
* comentario gracioso = witty remark, funny remark.
* de forma graciosa = funnily.
* de manera graciosa = funnily.
* de modo gracioso = comically, funnily.
* dicho gracioso = witticism, quip.
* frase graciosa final = punchline [punch line].
* ser muy gracioso = be a right laugh.
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I
-sa adjetivo
1) (divertido) <chiste/persona> funny

qué gracioso! — how funny!

lo gracioso del caso es que ... — the funny o amusing thing about it is that ...

sería gracioso que nos hicieran pagar si nos han invitado — (iró) that would be great, making us pay after they'd invited us (colloq & iro)

2)
a) (atractivo) <cara/figura> attractive

las pecas le dan un aspecto muy gracioso — those freckles make her look really cute o sweet

b)

su Graciosa Majestad — her gracious Majesty

II
-sa masculino, femenino

el gracioso de tu hermano ... — that joker of a brother of yours ...

hacerse el gracioso — to play the fool

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= facetious, humorous, amusing, funny [funnier -comp., funniest -sup.], prankster, cute [cuter -comp., cutest -sup.], joky [jokey], droll, comical.

Ex: This might, perhaps, be considered a facetious example; however, consider the effect of the indiscriminate use of LATIN AMERICA and SPANISH AMERICA.

Ex: Supporting material -- cartoons, quotations and humorous excerpts -- are used to keep students intrigued and clues are allowed if students are unable to formulate a research strategy.
Ex: In the proceedings of the pioneer 1876 Conference of Librarians we can read that 'Mr Edmands gave some amusing illustrations to show that readers often had only the most vague idea of what they really wanted'.
Ex: This article reviews on-line data bases that may be used to search for references to humour (cartoons, funny articles and books, and medical aspects of humour).
Ex: The author describes the story made up by a prankster about a crocodile eating a golfer in Florida.
Ex: Frequently the youngest child takes on the role of the mascot; he acts cute, mischievous, and endearing.
Ex: However, his attempt to make cultural and social history more accessible to a wider audience by adopting a homey, jokey style often seems counterproductive.
Ex: Never sentimental, the movie has moments of droll, deadpan humor.
Ex: Even so, the 'comical' closing scene is out of keeping with the overall mood of the picture.
* chiste tonto pero gracioso = knee slapper.
* comentario gracioso = witty remark, funny remark.
* de forma graciosa = funnily.
* de manera graciosa = funnily.
* de modo gracioso = comically, funnily.
* dicho gracioso = witticism, quip.
* frase graciosa final = punchline [punch line].
* ser muy gracioso = be a right laugh.

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gracioso -sa
adjective
A (divertido) ‹chiste› funny; ‹episodio› funny, amusing; ‹persona› funny
te creerás muy gracioso ¿verdad? I suppose you think you're funny
qué gracioso, Eva dijo lo mismo ayer how funny, Eva said the same thing yesterday
lo gracioso del caso es que … the funny o amusing thing about it is that …
sería gracioso que nos hicieran pagar cuando nos han invitado (iró); that would be great o (BrE) charming, making us pay after they'd invited us (colloq iro)
B
1 (atractivo) ‹cara/figura› attractive
las pecas le dan un aspecto muy gracioso those freckles make her look really cute o sweet
tiene una manera muy graciosa de reírse she's got a really cute laugh, she's got a lovely laugh
2
su Graciosa Majestad her gracious Majesty
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gracioso
-sa adjetivo

1 (divertido) ‹chiste/personafunny;
¡qué gracioso! how funny!;

hacerse el gracioso to play the fool
2 (atractivo) ‹cara/figuraattractive;
las pecas le dan un aspecto muy gracioso those freckles make her look really cute o sweet

gracioso,-a
I adjetivo
1 (con chispa) funny
2 (con atractivo, encanto) graceful
3 (concede gracias) gracious
II sustantivo masculino y femenino
1 (bromista) joker
2 Teat Lit comic character ➣ Ver nota en funny
'gracioso' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
bonita
- bonito
- chiste
- cómica
- cómico
- graciosa
- ingeniosa
- ingenioso
- monada
- agudo
- bufón
- chusco
- dicharachero
- divertido
- genial
- ocurrencia
- ocurrente
- salado
English:
funny
- humorous
- rich
- witticism
- droll
- witty
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gracioso, -a
adj
1. [divertido] funny, amusing;
se cree muy gracioso he thinks he's so funny;
Irónico
sería gracioso que ahora me echaran la culpa a mí it would be a bit rich if they blamed me now
2. [curioso] funny;
es gracioso que… it's funny how…;
¡qué gracioso, los dos se llaman Vicente González! how funny, they're both called Vicente González!;
lo gracioso es que no es la primera vez que me pasa the funny thing is, it's not the first time it's happened to me
3. [bonito, atractivo] pretty;
ese sombrero le queda muy gracioso that hat looks very pretty o nice on her
4.
su Graciosa Majestad her Gracious Majesty
nm,f
1. [persona divertida] funny o amusing person;
es un gracioso he's really funny
2. [persona molesta] smart alec, comedian;
¿quién ha sido el gracioso que ha apagado la luz? who's the smart alec o joker who turned the light out?
nm
Teatro fool, clown
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gracioso
I adj funny;
¡muy gracioso! irón very funny!
II m TEA comic character
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gracioso, -sa adj
1) chistoso: funny, amusing
2) : cute, attractive
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gracioso adj (divertido) funny [comp. funnier; superl. funniest]
¡qué gracioso! how funny!
lo gracioso es que ... the funny thing is that ...
hacerse el gracioso to try to be funny [pt. & pp.> tried]

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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