Translation of charade in Spanish:

charade

farsa, n.

Pronunciation: /ʃəˈreɪd//ʃəˈrɑːd/

noun

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    (farse)
    farsa feminine
    payasada feminine
    • Unfortunately, I cannot say the same for the final executive meeting which was a charade of democracy.
    • The charade was kept up for a long time, far too long, but all that has changed now.
    • Willing to humor him though, just to see what he was up to, I continued the charade.
    • Cyril confesses to never taking to parliament as an institution and described it as a charade and a farce.
    • This charade of an interview was nothing more than a commercial for appeasement.
    • The amazing thing is that our reporters, our public and our government buys into their charade.
    • This budget is a pure charade with more hidden tax than the publicised ones.
    • But fortunately, as part of my ongoing charade of being a writer, I have a pad and pen with me.
    • Or would he have continued this charade and pretended he was going to medical school?
    • In place of a serious investigation, the FBI has mounted an elaborate charade.
    • Maybe it's time we dropped the charade and accepted that we're as brash and pushy as any New York cabbie ever was.
    • It was an elaborate charade which, through the performance of ritual, disguised the imposition of the royal will.
    • The whole thing was one of the most cynical charades in memory.
    • "It is time to end this charade, " she said menacingly.
    • A glance at the list of candidates shows that the whole thing is a charade.
    • I was finding it increasingly difficult to keep up my charade with Peter, and every kiss was tainted with my dishonesty.
    • The first meeting of the county committee last Thursday was a charade.
    • We'll probably never know the reasons behind the charade we've just witnessed.
    • When it's presented in this way, most women can see chivalry for the silly charade it really is.
    • So they went farther and farther until they couldn't keep the charade going any more.
    • She introduced him to charades, although the clues had to be limited to those that could be done from a sitting position.
    • The evening ended with a game of charades with some very unusual and funny pub names to guess.
    • When they got together at Mike's, a game of charades was inevitable.
    • During their stay, children will have complementary use of the Fun in Safe Hands Club, which includes activities such as water games, a video club, charades, make and do, painting and competitions.
    • Every day was like a complicated, extended game of charades.
    • We ate dinner, we played games such as charades, and we danced to the music (I danced with Lei, of course).
    • Reading and parlour games such as charades are preferred.
    • In the evenings or holidays we played charades and card games and table tennis.
    • They played all sorts of games: cards, draughts, and even charades.
    • Hokey as it might seem, go for the stuff you loved as a kid - musical chairs, limbo, pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey, charades or a pinata.
    • There weren't many people over, but we had a good game of poker, a good game of charades, and very good champagne at midnight.
    • Round up the gang for a game of touch football or charades.
    • As in any game of charades, eventually all the clues click and the answer suddenly became obvious.
    • For the Easter holiday weekend how about we start a game of charades?
    • It was my birthday at the weekend and a surprise dinner and after-dinner game of charades was in order.
    • I'm bored out of my wits and the rest of the guys are playing charades, not exactly my type of game.
    • The soldiers from both sides quickly overcame the language barrier and communicated in a fashion more like a noisy game of charades.
    • A lively game of charades finished a fun filled evening.
    • Moll took a moment to try to decipher it, feeling like she was playing an odd parlour game of charades.
    • Whether it's a poetry recital or a game of charades, any performance can become a life lesson.
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    (game)
    charada feminine