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Burlesque (German)

Part of speech: noun (Female)

Hyphenation:
Bur | les | ke Plural: Bur | les | ken
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˌBʊrˈlɛskə] Plural: [ˌBʊrˈlɛskən, -lɛskŋ̍]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Literature, theater: a rough comedy
2) Music:cheerful instrumental piece in music
Origin of the term:
1) Italian burla, "Kidding, fun". The term derived from the adjectiveburlesque, was first used by German literary critics in the 18th century, and by authors themselves from the 19th century onwards.
2) The term was adopted from literature and theater 1) and has been used as a character designation for such compositions since the 18th century.
Synonyms:
1) Posse, farce, cabaret
2) Humoresque, Scherzo
Opposite words:
1) Tragedy, tragedy, humoresque
2) funeral march
General terms:
1) Comedy, Drama, Genre
2) genre of music
Application examples:
1) I have the story in one burlesque written down.
2) Max Reger composed six with op. 58 Burlesque for piano four hands.
Cases:
Nominative: singular the burlesque; Plural the burlesques
Genitive: singular the burlesque; Plural the burlesque
Dative: singular the burlesque; Plural the burlesque
Accusative: singular the burlesque; Plural the burlesques

Translations

  • Danish: burlesque
  • English: burlesque
  • French: burlesque
  • Italian: burlesque
  • Dutch: burlesque
  • Norwegian: burlesque
  • Polish: burleska
  • Swedish: burlesque
  • Spanish: sainete

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

At the new 'Tatort' from Vienna, everything slides into place burlesque from. And Bibi Fellner is drinking again.
NZZ Online, October 14, 2018

He plays in the burlesque himself the main role.
Israel Network, April 18, 2019

Maisel ”(at Prime) shows life and show business in the 50s as comfortable burlesque the bizarre The fabulous thing about Mrs.
Rolling Stone April 22, 2019

Eve Champagne (36) has freaked out because of the vaccination chaos. The burlesqueDancer from Hamburg also reports on the hatred that she reaps in the vaccination center.
Day 24, March 16, 2021

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • Clothes
  • Posse: A stage play that is supposed to make you laugh through mix-ups, exaggerations and crude comedy
  • Sway: mostly funny short story about a rather trivial topic (often about a prank); mostly funny play on a rather trivial topic

Another word (synonym) for burlesque - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "burlesque":

Honest man: ... is reading without teaching `` Biedermann und die Brandstifter '' by Max Frisch. The book is a burlesque, a crude comedy in theater and literature. 1) "The German Revolution ...

Humorous: Schwank, burlesque, satire, grotesque Superordinate terms: 1) genre of literature, humor, narrative, sketch 2) piece of music Subordinate terms: 1) school humor, military humor, travel humor, peasant humor Application examples: 1) "The bewitched goat" is a humorist by Karl May

Tabloid piece: ... the entertainment novel. 1) The term tabloid is now understood as a crude comedy, burlesque or swank. Typical word combinations: 1) a piece of tabloid ...

Clothes: ... junk, odds and ends, junk, junk, junk, trash, Talmi, trinkets, Tinnef, stuff 3a) Theater play: Burlesque, comedy, comedy, farce, antics, smear comedy 3a) Book: Scharteke ...

Burlesque: Part of speech: declined form grammatical features: nominative plural of the noun burleske genitive plural of the noun burleske dative plural of the noun burleske accusative plural of the noun burleske


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