Definitions and translations for "ironic"

Definition of ironic

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Adjective
1. Characterized by or constituting (any kind of) irony.
It was ironic I forgot my textbook on human memory.
2. Given to the use of irony; sarcastic.
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English - English - ironic

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adj. characterized by irony, sarcastic

English - Spanish - ironic

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adj. irónico

English - French - ironic

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adj. ironique

English - German - ironic

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adj. ironisch, sptöttisch, sarkastisch

English - Indonesian - ironic

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a. ironis, mengejek: yg mengejek

English - Italian - ironic

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agg. ironico

English - Polish - ironic

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a. ironiczny

English - Portuguese - ironic

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adj. irônico, sarcástico

English - Romanian - ironic

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a. ironic

English - Russian - ironic

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прил. иронический

English - Turkish - ironic

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s. ironik, alaylı, alaycı, ters anlamlı

English - Ukrainian - ironic

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a. іронічний

Romanian - English - ironic

a. ironical, ironic, quizzical, sharp, severe
adv. ironically

English - Dutch - ironic

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bn. spot; spottend; ironisch

English - Greek - ironic

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επίθ. ειρωνικός

English - Arabic - ironic

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‏متهكم‏
‏تهكمي، ساخر، سخري‏

English - Chinese - ironic

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(形) 说反话的; 讽刺的

English - Chinese - ironic

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(形) 說反話的; 諷刺的

English - Hindi - ironic

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a. लोहे का, पुष्ट

English - Japanese - ironic

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(形) 皮肉な; 反語的な

English - Korean - ironic

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형. 아이러닉한, 풍자적인, 반어적인
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Synonyms for ironic
1. mocking: derisive, scathing, sardonic, caustic, devious, cynical
2. contradictory: paradoxical, contrary, figurative, incongruous, jarring, implausible