"Comedy" • Chinese-English Dictionary

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 xǐ jù comedy / CL:部[bu4],齣|出[chu1]
 gǎo xiào piàn comedy film / comedy / CL:部[bu4]
 huá jī comical / funny / amusing / old pr. [gu3 ji1] / huaji, a form of comedy performance popular in Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang
 Shén qǔ The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri 但丁
 Dàn dīng Dante Alighieri (1265-1321), Italian poet, author of the Divine Comedy 神曲
 tuō kǒu xiù (loanword) talk show / stand-up comedy
 ài qíng xǐ jù romantic comedy
 Yuán qǔ Yuan dynasty theater, including poetry, music and comedy
 zá jù a Yuan dynasty form of musical comedy
 tóng lè huì social gathering at which those attending take it in turns to perform for the whole group (music, dancing or comedy etc)
 Guān Hàn qīng Guan Hanqing (c. 1235-c. 1300), Yuan dynasty dramatist in the 雜劇|杂剧 / tradition of musical comedy, one of the Four Great Yuan dramatists 元曲四大家
 Mò lǐ āi Molière (1622-1673), French playwright and actor, master of comedy
 Mǎ Zhì yuǎn Ma Zhiyuan (c. 1250-1321), Yuan dynasty dramatist in the 雜劇|杂剧[za2 ju4] tradition of musical comedy, one of the Four Great Yuan Dramatists 元曲四大家[Yuan2 qu3 Si4 Da4 jia1]
 féng chǎng zuò xì lit. find a stage, put on a comedy (idiom) / to join in the fun / to play along according to local conditions
 Zhòng xià yè zhī mèng Midsummer night's dream, comedy by William Shakespeare 莎士比亞|莎士比亚[Sha1 shi4 bi3 ya4]
 Bái Pǔ Bai Pu (1226-1306), Yuan dynasty dramatist in the 雜劇|杂剧 / tradition of musical comedy, one of the Four Great Yuan dramatists 元曲四大家
 Zhèng Guāng zǔ Zheng Guangzu, Yuan dynasty dramatist in the 雜劇|杂剧 / tradition of musical comedy, one of the Four Great Yuan dramatists 元曲四大家
 qíng jǐng xǐ jù situation comedy / sitcom
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