Traducción de tragicomedy en Español:


tragicomedia, n.

Pronunciación /ˌtrædʒəˈkɑmədi//ˌtradʒɪˈkɒmɪdi/


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    tragicomedia femenino
    • And maybe, I too, was a little worried about the performance: an ultramodern and forward-looking interpretation of a tragicomedy about emotional desperation.
    • She has crafted a consistently engaging tragicomedy of life in the big city.
    • And he aims to complete this picture with a tragicomedy dealing with the relationship between two fiery best friends.
    • This tragedy is transformed into a tragicomedy, and indeed, into a farce, by a mechanical device that belongs more to vaudeville than to a novel.
    • The terms black comedy and tragicomedy imply a mix of the mordant and the humorous.
    • Artistic features Measure for Measure has been perceived as an exceptionally complex and ‘dark’ comedy, or tragicomedy, mostly because of its peculiar structure and characterization.
    • The play also captures something of Beckett's absurdist tragicomedy Waiting for Godot.
    • It's like a romantic comedy written by Beckett - a romantic tragicomedy - in which romance dies not in some passionate combustion, but fizzles out into uncomfortable, aseptic banality.
    • Unfortunately the formula that produces big laughs on screen is somewhat less amusing for the fans of this latter long-running tragicomedy.
    • In this tragicomedy, lives and careers take place backward, starting with the corruption of success and winding up at an innocent high school graduation.
    • But any significant new insights into that strange, perverse Jacobean tragicomedy contrived to pass me by.
    • This odd-couple tragicomedy is so well acted by both men, so utterly involving, and so real.
    • Of his three rousing tragicomedies, Juno and the Paycock is the most popular, The Shadow of a Gunman the most moving, and The Plow and the Stars the most accomplished.
    • If the play were a comedy, or at least a tragicomedy, Edgar's victory over Edmund would have turned the tribulation to joy.
    • John Dancer's tragicomedy Agrippa, King of Alba appeared in 1669.
    • I hated those mindless, endless Indian tragicomedies, with their maudlin themes and their (no less than) fifteen song-and-dance numbers.
    • That's because it is not a tragicomedy about being old, but about the grief of settling into middle age, specifically the middle age of a married working-class man.
    • Okay, so your life hasn't been made into a movie yet, but some days it has all of the makings of a studio tragicomedy.
    • Her chance came in this 15 th-century tragicomedy by Fernando de Rojas about a madam at a brothel who agrees to help a nobleman seduce a young virgin.