简明英汉词典

burlesque
[bE:5lesk]
n.
作戏, 滑稽表演
adj.
滑稽的, 可笑的

美国传统词典[双解]

burlesque
bur.lesque
AHD:[b…r-lμsk“]
D.J.[b*6lesk]
K.K.[b+6lWsk]
n.(名词)

(1)

A literary or dramatic work that makes a subject appear ridiculous by treating it in an incongruous way, as by presenting a lofty subject with vulgarity or an inconsequential one with mock dignity.See Synonyms at caricature
讽刺作品,滑稽戏剧:以一种不和谐的方式看待事物,使其显得滑稽可笑的文学或戏剧作品,比如用丑陋来表达高尚的主题或者给一个微不足道的人以虚假的高位显爵参见 caricature

(2)

A ludicrous or mocking imitation; a travesty:
滑稽、荒谬的模仿:荒谬可笑或假装的模仿;滑稽模仿:
The antics of the defense attorneys turned the trial into a burlesque of justice.
辩护律师们滑稽的动作将审判变成了对正义的滑稽的模仿

(3)

A variety show characterized by broad ribald comedy, dancing, and striptease.
粗俗的表演:各种以下流粗俗的喜剧、舞蹈和脱衣舞为特征的表演
v.(动词)
bur.lesquedbur.lesqu.ingbur.lesques
v.tr.(及物动词)
To imitate mockingly or humorously:
装滑稽:假装或滑稽地模仿:
“always bringing junk . . . home, as if he were burlesquing his role as provider”(John Updike)
“他总是把破烂带回家,好象在滑稽地模仿着筹办者的角色”(约翰·厄普代克)
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To use the methods or techniques of burlesque.
讽刺,嘲弄:运用滑稽可笑的方法或技巧

语源

(1)

From French [comical]
源自 法语 [喜剧的]

(2)

from Italian burlesco
源自 意大利语 burlesco

(3)

from burla [joke]
源自 burla [玩笑]

(4)

probably from Spanish
可能源自 西班牙语

(5)

from Vulgar Latin *burrula
源自 俗拉丁语 *burrula

(6)

diminutive of Late Latin burrae [nonsense]
后期拉丁语 burrae的小后缀 [胡言乱语]

(7)

from burra [wool]
源自 burra [模糊的]

继承用法

burlesque
adj.(形容词)

burlesquely
adv.(副词)

burlesquer
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

burlesque
[b\:5lesk]
n.
讽刺小品;漫画

现代英汉综合大辞典

burlesque
[bE:5lesk]
adj.

(1)

滑稽的, 诙谐的

(2)

嘲弄的, 讽刺的

词性变化

burlesque
[bE:5lesk]
n.
打油诗, 笔墨游戏; 滑稽戏, 笑剧; 漫画; [美俚]杂耍; 脱衣舞
vt.,vi.
(以严肃笔调写的或滑稽笔调写的)讥笑, 使滑稽化
burlesque a person's way of talking
模仿某人讲话的样子, 借以讽刺他

继承用法

burlesquely
adv.

burlesquer
n.
[美]滑稽戏演员, 粗俗节目表演者

美国传统词典

burlesque
bur.lesque
AHD:[b…r-lμsk“]
D.J.[b*6lesk]
K.K.[b+6lWsk]
n.

(1)

A literary or dramatic work that makes a subject appear ridiculous by treating it in an incongruous way, as by presenting a lofty subject with vulgarity or an inconsequential one with mock dignity.See Synonyms at caricature

(2)

A ludicrous or mocking imitation; a travesty:
The antics of the defense attorneys turned the trial into a burlesque of justice.

(3)

A variety show characterized by broad ribald comedy, dancing, and striptease.
v.
bur.lesqued, bur.lesqu.ing, bur.lesques
v.tr.
To imitate mockingly or humorously:
“always bringing junk . . . home, as if he were burlesquing his role as provider”(John Updike)
v.intr.
To use the methods or techniques of burlesque.

语源

(1)

From French [comical]

(2)

from Italian burlesco

(3)

from burla [joke]

(4)

probably from Spanish

(5)

from Vulgar Latin *burrula

(6)

diminutive of Late Latin burrae [nonsense]

(7)

from burra [wool]

继承用法

burlesque
adj.

burlesquely
adv.

burlesquer
n.

英汉广播大词典

burlesque
n.滑稽剧,讽刺画

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