funny

  核心词汇  
['fʌni]     ['fʌni]    
  • adj.可笑的;有趣的;滑稽的;奇怪的;非法的
funnily funnier funniest funniness funnies
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funny是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 滑稽的,好笑的,有趣的
  2. 可疑的
  3. 稀奇的,古怪的,奇怪的
  4. 无礼的,放肆的
  5. 难以解释的
  6. 非法的
  7. 小病的,微恙的,有病的
  8. 不诚实的
  9. 嬉皮笑脸的
  10. 疯疯癫癫的,不很正常的
  11. 出故障的
  12. 欺诈的,欺骗性的
adv.(副词)
  1. 滑稽可笑地
  2. 古怪地
n.(名词)
  1. <口>笑话
  2. 滑稽人物
  3. 单人双桨小艇
  4. <口>滑稽连环漫画栏,滑稽连环画
  5. 有趣的故事
  6. 风趣
  7. 令人捧腹的演出
  8. 反常的怪事

双解释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 滑稽的,有趣的,可笑的 a person or thing that is funny makes you laugh or smile
  2. 稀奇的,古怪的 strange or surprising
  3. 稍感不适的 slightly unwell

英英释义

Noun:
  1. an account of an amusing incident (usually with a punch line);

    "she told a funny story"
    "she made a funny"

Adjective:
  1. arousing or provoking laughter;

    "an amusing film with a steady stream of pranks and pratfalls"
    "an amusing fellow"
    "a comic hat"
    "a comical look of surprise"
    "funny stories that made everybody laugh"
    "a very funny writer"
    "it would have been laughable if it hadn't hurt so much"
    "a mirthful experience"
    "risible courtroom antics"

  2. beyond or deviating from the usual or expected;

    "a curious hybrid accent"
    "her speech has a funny twang"
    "they have some funny ideas about war"
    "had an odd name"
    "the peculiar aromatic odor of cloves"
    "something definitely queer about this town"
    "what a rum fellow"
    "singular behavior"

  3. not as expected;

    "there was something fishy about the accident"
    "up to some funny business"
    "some definitely queer goings-on"
    "a shady deal"
    "her motives were suspect"
    "suspicious behavior"

  4. experiencing odd bodily sensations;

    "told the doctor about the funny sensations in her chest"

funny的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. The story was very funny.
    这个故事非常可笑。
  2. He closed his speech with a funny joke.
    他用一则有趣的笑话结束了演讲。
  3. Her hair was done up in a very funny way.
    她的头发非常滑稽地盘在头上。
  4. My funny drawings amused the children.
    我的滑稽的图画把孩子们给逗乐了。
  5. He won't stand for any funny business here.
    他不准有任何不道德的事在这里发生。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. He is a very funny man.
    他是一个很风趣的人。
  2. Children like funny stories.
    孩子们喜欢听有趣的故事。
  3. I heard such a funny story this morning.
    我今天早晨听到了这样一则趣闻。
  4. The entertainment consisted of comic songs, dances and acrobatic performance, and wound up with a screamingly funny farce.
    娱乐的节目包括滑稽歌曲、舞蹈和杂技,最后是一场令人捧腹大笑的滑稽闹剧。
  5. The children were immensely diverted by his funny stories.
    孩子们被他的幽默故事逗得乐不可支。
  6. He ended off his speech with a very funny joke.
    他用一个十分有趣的笑话结束了讲演。
  7. The little girl diverted the people at the party with her funny sayings.
    在晚会上这位小姑娘说笑话使人们高兴。
  8. She couldn't help laughing when she heard the funny story.
    当她听到这可笑的故事时,禁不住笑了起来。
  9. He has a funny temper.
    他有奇特的习性。
n. +~
  1. There is something funny about the matter.
    这件事有些稀奇古怪。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. Sometimes he is funny, sometimes he seems like a poet.
    有时他很滑稽,有时他又像个诗人。
  2. They thought my father was funny, but I didn't.
    他们觉得我父亲爱逗乐,但我并不这么想。
  3. I'm just waiting for a friend.It's an appointment made twenty years ago.It sounds a little funny, doesn't it?
    我只是在此等个朋友,这是20年前的约会,听起来有点可笑,不是吗?
  4. I must look funny in this nurse's cap.
    我戴这顶护士帽看起来一定很滑稽。
  5. He told the doctor that he felt funny all over .
    他告诉医生,他浑身感到不舒服。
  6. She always feels a bit funny if she looks down from a height.
    她从高处往下看,总觉得有点不舒服。
  7. That drink has made me feel quite funny.
    我喝了那种饮料很不好受。
  8. That's funny—he was here a moment ago and now he's gone.
    真是怪事——他刚才还在这里,转眼就走了。
S+be+~+ prep .-phrase
  1. I warned that boy not to get funny with his girl classmates.
    我警告那男孩不要对他的女同学无理取闹。
S+be+~+to- v
  1. The story is funny to listen to.
    那故事听起来很可笑。
  2. The picture is funny to look at.
    那图片看起来滑稽可笑。
  3. It is funny to spend borrowed money on such a luxurious car.
    用借来的钱买一辆这么豪华的汽车真是滑稽可笑。
It is/was+~+that/wh-clause
  1. It is funny that an 18-year-old lady should fall in love with a 70-year-old man.
    一个18岁的姑娘竟会爱上一个70岁的老头真是滑稽可笑。
  2. It was funny how I met him.
    我怎样遇见他是很滑稽的。
用作宾语补足语 S+V+O+~
  1. Don't you consider it funny to wear jewels borrowed from others to a party?
    带着从别人那里借来的珠宝去参加舞会,你难道不认为很可笑吗?

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词

经典引文

  • Excuse my amusement..but it is really funny to see you trying to play a hand with no cards in it.

    出自:Conan Doyle
  • A comedienne of the first water, the only really funny woman I ever met.

    出自:Henry Miller

funny的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj.(形容词)
  1. funny的基本含义是“滑稽的,有趣的”。在口语中还可表示“古怪的,耍花招的,搞鬼的”,主要强调引人发笑的效果。
  2. funny在句中可作定语、表语或宾语补足语。
  3. funny前可用very修饰。
  4. funny的比较级为funnier,最高级为funniest。

词义辨析

adj.(形容词)
funny,amusing,comical,humorous,ridiculous
这几个词都可表示“引人发笑的”。其区别是:
amusing表示“逗笑的,令人开心的”;funny表示“可笑的,滑稽的”,语意比amusing强,在口语中,还有“不可理解”的意思;comical表示“喜剧性的,令人捧腹的”,只用于人的表情、行为或某一局面等,很少用来指具体事物;humorous表示“幽默的”,指有意识地产生一种轻松可笑的效果;ridiculous表示“荒谬的,愚蠢的”,有时可引申为“令人发笑的”,具有鄙视的意味。
queer odd funny crazy curious peculiar strange eccentric quaint singular
这些形容词均含有“奇怪的,奇异的,新奇的”之意。
  • queer:queer指一种无法解释的怪诞,强调事物的奇特和不可思议。
  • odd:odd通常指不规律、偶尔出现的人或事物,往往令人困惑或奇怪。
  • funny:funny较通俗用词,指奇怪得滑稽可笑或反常。
  • crazy:crazy多指与众不同的行为、外表或人与物本身,含荒唐可笑或神经不正常的意味。
  • curious:curious通常指非常特别或能引起注意、研究或探索的奇特。
  • peculiar:peculiar侧重令人奇怪的或独一无二的特性,也指性格特征方面显著的与众不同之处。
  • strange:strange普通常用词,含义广泛,指陌生新奇、奇怪、奇怪或不自然的人或物。
  • eccentric:eccentric指偏离常规的怪异或怪癖。
  • quaint:quaint指古色古香,会人感到既奇怪又有趣。
  • singular:singular通常指异常或奇特,暗含不同于一般。

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