humor en Español

Pronunciación
s. humor, comicidad, humorismo, jocosidad, sátira; disposición
v. complacer, dar gusto, seguir el humor a, llevar la corriente, seguir el juego a

humor en Inglés

Pronunciación
[humor (m)] n. humor, quality of being amusing or entertaining, mood, state of mind, disposition

Ejemplos

Mi humor mejoró inmediatamente.
My mood immediately changed.
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“César es un gran guerrero, pero también tiene un estupendo sentido del humor”.
Caesar is a great warrior, but he also has a great sense of humour.
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"El Ruiseñor Samurai", una historia de samurais llena de humanidad y humor.
"The Nightingale Samurai" A samurai tale full of humanity and humour.
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¿Estás de mal humor?
Are you in a bad mood?
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¿Estás de buen humor?
Are you in a good mood?
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Las nubes enturbian el cielo (y el humor de todos).
Clouds blacken the sky (and everyone's mood).
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Él llegó a casa de muy buen humor.
He came home in high spirits.
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Él tiene un gran sentido del humor.
He has a great sense of humour.
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Él tiene sentido del humor.
He has a sense of humor.
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Él tiene un gran sentido del humor.
He has a very good sense of humor.
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Sinónimos

the trait of appreciating (and being able to express) the humorous: playfulness, humour, sense of humour, fun, sense of humor
a message whose ingenuity or verbal skill or incongruity has the power to evoke laughter: sketch, jest, humour, bon mot, repartee, gag, wit, imitation, laugh, message, sport, pungency, impersonation, caricature, jape, sarcasm, bite, satire, content, topper, play, subject matter, mot, witticism, cartoon, substance, joke, caustic remark, esprit de l'escalier, jeu d'esprit, ribaldry, fun, wittiness, irony
a characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary) state of feeling: good temper, mood, humour, peeve, good humour, ill humor, distemper, temper, sulkiness, sulk, feeling, good humor, ill humour, amiability
put into a good mood: pander, gratify, humour, indulge
the quality of being funny: quality, comicality, humour
(Middle Ages) one of the four fluids in the body whose balance was believed to determine your emotional and physical state: body substance, humour



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