caricature
caricature
noun
1. (comic exaggeration) 
An artist drew a caricature of Yolanda's children, exaggerating elements of each child's appearance.Un artista dibujó una caricatura de los hijos de Yolanda, exagerando elementos de la apariencia de cada niño .
2. (insultingly poor imitation) 
He ignored her key ideas, and then proceeded to criticize a mere caricature of her philosophy.Hizo caso omiso de sus ideas claves y luego procedió a criticar una mera caricatura de su filosofía.
transitive verb
3. (to mock) 
Her opponents caricatured her as a witch in their printed campaign material.Sus oponentes la caricaturizaron como una bruja en su material de campaña impreso.
caricature
Noun
1. (general) 
a. la caricatura (F) 
transitive verb
2. (distort) 
a. caricaturizar 
caricature [ˈkærɪkətjʊəʳ]
noun
caricatura (f); (in newspaper) dibujo (m) cómico
it was a caricature of a ceremony fue una parodia de ceremonia
transitive verb
caricaturizar
caricature
caricature [cah-re-cah-too’-rah]
noun
1. Caricature. (f)
2. Cartoon. (f)
  • Caricatura animadaanimated cartoon film
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