Translation of satirical in Spanish:

satirical

satírico, adj.

Pronunciation /səˈtɪrək(ə)l//səˈtɪrɪk(ə)l/

adjective

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    (poem/review/author) satírico
    (comment/tone) satírico
    • There's nothing even vaguely satirical or ironic about this story.
    • They soon acquired a satirical and disrespectful tone which made the authorities uneasy.
    • His first job was for a satirical magazine in Tokyo.
    • Moore's satirical documentaries have progressively taken on stories with larger scope and greater importance to the world.
    • I wouldn't say that they were classically satirical in their approach.
    • A sense of seething danger underlies this satirical Absurdist piece.
    • While often sarcastic and satirical, Hendrie sounded very serious about this offer.
    • I occasionally write for a satirical youth magazine based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
    • Hailed as a prodigy in the US, critics have frothed over her ability to switch from elegant jazz to rap to complex satirical songs worthy of Sondheim.
    • As these lines make clear, the poem is a bitingly satirical attack on those who profess to respect the Ten Commandments, but in fact betray their spirit at every point.
    • I bit my bottom lip holding back from being equally as satirical back.
    • Two of these cartoons, from the pages of the satirical London magazine Punch, are reproduced here.
    • At times of extreme national, local and individual trauma, when is it acceptable to be cynical, critical or satirical again?
    • I'm thinking of becoming a book reviewer or a satirical writer, or maybe a sociological analyst or an entertainment specialist.
    • The Victorian charm remains strong in this novel of misadventure, and seems even more satirical in the context of today's society.
    • While satirical and amusing, the film appears to suffer a lack of energy, which would give it a much, needed edge.
    • The most powerful performance poets blend personal experience with political rhetoric, creating polemics that often have a bitingly satirical edge.
    • The novel is 130 pages of dialogue, savagely satirical and lively, with lines that would not disgrace a top-flight sitcom.
    • I would have thought they wouldn't have realised the satirical subtext of the book.
    • Not all readers of Tokyo Weekender will be aware of the existence of a satirical British fortnightly called Private Eye.
    • It's true that this movie is bitingly satirical, and that stands as one of its better qualities.
    • But maybe the worlds of contemporary classical music and savagely satirical musicals aren't as far apart as they seem.
    • These albums tend to involve a fully ironic approach, as opposed to one that is merely satirical or parodic.
    • It's a sharp satirical jab at the world of consumer-obsolescence - and a crackingly entertaining story, too.