An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. jocoso
Many in the crowd thought that the jocular tone of Peter's speech was inappropriate for a funeral.Muchos en el público pensaron que el tono jocoso del discurso de Peter era inapropiado para un funeral.
The other politicians don't take him seriously because they think he's too jocular.Los otros políticos no lo toman en serio porque piensan que es demasiado jocoso.
b. gracioso
My uncle is quite a jocular guy. Family gatherings are more fun when he's there.Mi tío es un hombre bien gracioso. Las reuniones familiares son más divertidas con él.
c. divertido
Carlos struck up a jocular conversation with two girls in line to go in to the game.Carlos entabló una conversación divertida con dos chicas en la fila para entrar en el partido.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. jocoso(a)
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jocular [ˈdʒɒkjʊləʳ]
[+person] gracioso; (merry) alegre; [+manner] bromista; chistoso; [+remark, reply] jocoso; divertido;
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