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comic 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈkämik/,
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Causing or meant to cause laughter,
  1. Causing or meant to cause laughter
    • - comic and fantastic exaggeration
  2. Relating to or in the style of comedy
    • - a comic actor
    • - comic drama
Noun
  1. A comedian, esp. a professional one
    • - a stand-up comic
  2. Comic strips


  1. amusing: arousing or provoking laughter; "an amusing film with a steady stream of pranks and pratfalls"; "an amusing fellow"; "a comic hat"; "a comical look of surprise"; "funny stories that made everybody laugh"; "a very funny writer"; "it would have been laughable if it hadn't hurt so much"; " ...
  2. comedian: a professional performer who tells jokes and performs comical acts
  3. of or relating to or characteristic of comedy; "comic hero"
  4. (comically) in a comical manner; "the tone was comically desperate"
  5. A comic book (often shortened to simply comic and sometimes called a funny book, comic paper, or comic magazine) is a magazine made up of narrative artwork in the form of separate "panels" that represent individual scenes, often accompanied by dialog (usually in word balloons, emblematic of the ...
  6. The Comic is a 1969 drama/black comedy film co-written, co-produced and directed by Carl Reiner. It stars Dick Van Dyke as Billy Bright (the original title).
  7. Comics (from the Greek κωμικός, kōmikos "of or pertaining to comedy" from κῶμος - kōmos "revel, komos","comic adjective" The Oxford Dictionary of English (revised edition). Ed. Catherine Soanes and Angus Stevenson. Oxford University Press, 2005. Oxford Reference Online. Oxford University Press. ...
  8. (Comics!) Comics! was a Canadian television series, which aired on CBC Television in the 1990s. A half-hour standup comedy series, the show focused on one Canadian comedian each week. The series was produced by Joe Bodolai and Sandra Faire.
  9. A comedian; A cartoon story; A children's newspaper; being funny; related to comedy
  10. (comics) An artistic medium consisting of juxtaposed pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence, intended to convey information and/or to produce an aesthetic response in the viewer (also, comix); A collection of comic strips; The page of a newspaper especially devoted to comic strips
  11. (Comics) Typically only a separate section on Sundays; daily papers will include a page or more of comics in another section. ...
  12. (comics) n: Topographic maps.
  13. (Comics) The general catch-all for all kinds of published Marvel Comics, including Digital Comics, Motion Comics and Comic Books.
  14. (Comics) Color, fan-folded (military) map. ("Pass the comics. I think we're lost").
  15. (Comics) Denotes any game that uses characters or settings based off comic books (or strips). Examples: The Punisher, X-Men, etc.
  16. (Comics) Dilbert.com | Doonesbury | @ Satire - Satire Wire | @ | The Onion | @ Advertising - ADWEAK | Ad Graveyard | @
  17. (Comics) Fuzzy Knights: Fuzzy Knights Fan Archive
  18. Read saved comics made by the player or Diamond Software.
  19. The second degree was called "Comic." Generally steadier than the first, representing the customs, pastimes, or romances of the lower classes.
  20. someone who makes his or her living being funny by telling jokes.
  21. means artistic comedy. Comical means funny.
  22. Funny. Also used synonymously with comic book, but usage is more clear when the full term is used or when the term comics is used. Jerry Seinfeld is a comic; Jack Kirby drew comics.
  23. A series of pictures showed in a sequence, telling a story. Garry's Mod introduced many new tools, such as the physgun, eyes poser, etc, that aid people in these.
  24. relief    Something said or done that provides a break from the seriousness of the story, poem, or play. ...
  25. A humorous postcard.