Translation of zany in Spanish:

zany

chiflado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈzeɪni//ˈzeɪni/

adjective

informal

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    (person) chiflado informal
    (person) alocado
    (adventure) loco
    (clothes) estrafalario
    (clothes) estrambótico
    • A night of zany misdirection and bonding ensues.
    • For those with a zany sense of humor, the adventures of Lieutenant Frank Drebin were a laugh riot from beginning to end.
    • Show Us Ya Wits is a zany hour of belly-achingly funny and fresh stand-up.
    • By this stage I was barely holding it together, ready to bust out in tears of joy at how zany these madcap antics were unfolding to be.
    • His zany humour took comedy to new heights of absurdity.
    • The children are taken under the wing of zany housekeeper Martha but rarely see their uncle, who demands absolute silence while he writes his book.
    • How are we to be entertained by her zany antics when she's incarcerated?
    • The craze that is sweeping America and Europe, sending crowds flocking to landmarks or shops to stage zany gatherings, arrived in Yorkshire at the weekend.
    • He brings us authority, composure and work rate and a bossing of midfield players we have lacked all of this zany season.
    • The last I knew he was living in the Borders in some psychiatric home or an old person's slightly zany home.
    • The zany hilarity of the early '80s has not aged well.
    • Viewers of last night's late editions of Ten News and Sports Tonight would have enjoyed the zany antics of the respective crews if they were watching closely.
    • Whether you need a break from exams, or are just looking for an amusing, intelligent film, you can't go wrong with a trip to the zany world of Steve Zissou.
    • It's kind of weird having a ghost - I call him the zany ghost - always around the house.
    • The Child Trust Fund is embarrassingly reminiscent of US presidential candidate George McGovern's zany scheme to give every American citizen $1,000.
    • We both liked making costumes and had a similarly zany sense of humour.

noun

History Theatre

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    bufón masculine