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"Witty" is an adjective which is often translated as "agudo", and "humorous" is an adjective which is often translated as "divertido". Learn more about the difference between "witty" and "humorous" below.
witty(
wih
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di
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (ingenious)
a. agudo
Sam had everyone laughing with his witty remarks.Sam tenía a todos riéndose con sus comentarios agudos.
b. ingenioso
A witty speech is equal parts content and delivery.Un discurso ingenioso es el contenido y la entrega por partes iguales.
c. ocurrente
Our tour guide in Paris was so witty.Nuestra guía turística en Paris era muy ocurrente.
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humorous(
hyu
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muhr
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uhs
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (funny)
a. divertido
His book is a humorous account of the problems of moving to France.Su libro es un relato divertido de los problemas que supone trasladarse a Francia.
b. humorístico
Ogden Nash was well-known for his humorous poems.Ogden Nash era muy conocido por sus versos humorísticos.
c. gracioso
I want my wedding speech to be humorous but not too irreverent.Quiero que mi discurso para la boda sea gracioso pero no demasiado irreverente.
d. cómico
She always sees the humorous side of a situation instead of getting depressed about things.Siempre ve el lado cómico de cada situación, en vez de dejarse abatir.
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