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Irony

  • 1 irony

    plural - ironies; noun
    1) (a form of deliberate mockery in which one says the opposite of what is obviously true.) ironía
    2) (seeming mockery in a situation, words etc: The irony of the situation was that he stole the money which she had already planned to give him.) ironía
    - ironic
    - ironically

    irony n ironía
    El plural de irony se escribe ironies
    irony
    tr['aɪrənɪ]
    noun (pl ironies)
    1 ironía
    the irony (of it) is that ... lo irónico (del caso) es que ...
    one of life's little ironies una de las pequeñas ironías de la vida
    irony ['aɪrəni] n, pl -nies : ironía f
    irony
    n.
    ironía s.f.
    'aɪrəni
    count & mass noun (pl -nies) ironía f

    the irony of it is that ... — lo irónico del asunto es que ...

    he spoke with heavy irony — habló en un tono cargado de ironía

    ['aɪǝrǝnɪ]
    N ironía f

    the irony of fate — las ironías del destino

    life's little ironies — las (pequeñas) ironías de la vida

    the irony of it is that ... — lo irónico es que ...

    * * *
    ['aɪrəni]
    count & mass noun (pl -nies) ironía f

    the irony of it is that ... — lo irónico del asunto es que ...

    he spoke with heavy irony — habló en un tono cargado de ironía

    English-spanish dictionary

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    noun
    Ironie, die

    the irony was that ... — die Ironie lag darin, dass ...; das Ironische war, dass ...

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    plural - ironies; noun
    1) (a form of deliberate mockery in which one says the opposite of what is obviously true.) die Ironie
    2) (seeming mockery in a situation, words etc: The irony of the situation was that he stole the money which she had already planned to give him.) die Ironie
    - academic.ru/39329/ironical">ironical
    - ironic
    - ironically
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    iro·ny
    [ˈaɪ(ə)rəni, AM ˈaɪrəni]
    n no pl Ironie f
    the \irony was that ... das Ironische war, dass ...
    the \irony of a remark die in einer Bemerkung liegende Ironie
    \irony of fate Ironie f des Schicksals
    one of life's little ironies eine kleine Ironie des Schicksals
    heavy with \irony voller Ironie
    tragic \irony tragische Ironie
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    ['aIrənɪ]
    n
    Ironie f no pl

    the irony of the situation — das Ironische an der Situation

    the irony of it is that ... — das Ironische daran ist, dass ..., die Ironie liegt darin, dass ...

    one of the great ironies of history — eine der ironischsten Fügungen der Geschichte

    life's ironies — die Ironie des Lebens

    by some irony of fate, he ... — durch eine ironische Wendung des Schicksals geschah es, dass er ...

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    irony1 [ˈaıə(r)nı] adj
    1. eisern
    2. eisenhaltig (Erde)
    3. eisenartig
    irony2 [ˈaıərənı] s
    1. Ironie f:
    irony of fate Ironie des Schicksals
    2. ironische Bemerkung
    3. eine Ironie des Schicksals
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    noun
    Ironie, die

    the irony was that ... — die Ironie lag darin, dass ...; das Ironische war, dass ...

    * * *
    n.
    Hohn nur sing. m.
    Ironie -n f.

    English-german dictionary

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    ['aɪərənɪ]
    nome ironia f.

    the irony is that — l'ironia è che

    one of life's little ironies — una delle piccole ironie della sorte

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    plural - ironies; noun
    1) (a form of deliberate mockery in which one says the opposite of what is obviously true.) ironia
    2) (seeming mockery in a situation, words etc: The irony of the situation was that he stole the money which she had already planned to give him.) ironia
    - ironic
    - ironically
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    irony (1) /ˈaɪərənɪ/
    n.
    ironia: an irony of life, un'ironia della vita; (filos.) Socratic irony, ironia socratica.
    irony (2) /ˈaɪənɪ/
    a.
    di ferro; simile a ferro; ferreo; ferrigno.
    * * *
    ['aɪərənɪ]
    nome ironia f.

    the irony is that — l'ironia è che

    one of life's little ironies — una delle piccole ironie della sorte

    English-Italian dictionary

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    ['aɪər(ə)nɪ]
    сущ.
    ирония

    touch of irony — ироничный оттенок

    The irony of it is that... — Парадокс / ирония в том, что...

    The tragic irony is that the drug was supposed to save lives. — Трагический парадокс заключается в том, что этот препарат должен был спасать жизни.

    - bitter irony
    - irony of fate
    - Socratic irony

    Англо-русский современный словарь

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    I [ʹaı(ə)rənı] n
    ирония; насмешка

    the irony of fate - ирония судьбы

    life's ironies - капризы /превратности/ судьбы

    dramatic /tragic/ irony - скрытая ирония (недоступная тем, против кого она направлена)

    in irony - насмешливо, в насмешку; шутливо

    Socratic irony - сократическая ирония, сократический метод ведения спора

    II [ʹaıənı] a
    железный; железистый; похожий на железо

    irony chains - железные цепи

    irony particles - частицы с примесью железа

    НБАРС

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    ირონია
    there was a suggestion of irony in her words მის სიტყვებს ირონიის ელფერი დაჰკრავდა
    there was a touch of irony in her words მის სიტყვებს ირონიის ელფერი დაჰკრავდა
    with quiet irony ოდნავი ირონიით
    the irony of fate ბედის ირონია
    there was a gleam of irony in his eyes თვალებში ირონია გამოუკრთა

    English-Georgian dictionary

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    iro·ny [ʼaɪ(ə)rəni, Am ʼaɪrəni] n
    no pl
    Ironie f;
    the \irony was that ... das Ironische war, dass ...;
    the \irony of a remark die in einer Bemerkung liegende Ironie;
    \irony of fate Ironie f des Schicksals;
    one of life's little ironies eine kleine Ironie des Schicksals;
    heavy with \irony voller Ironie;
    tragic \irony tragische Ironie

    English-German students dictionary

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    •• Irony 1. a figure of speech in which the words express a meaning that is the direct opposite of the intended meaning. 2. an outcome of events contrary to what was, or might have been, expected. 3. the incongruity of this (The Random House Dictionary).

    •• Не следует путать с русским ирония, хотя изредка это слово и употребляется в значении, близком к английскому irony, ironic (например, в словосочетании ирония истории). По-английски irony почти всегда парадокс. Но даже Новый БАРС недостаточно четко фиксирует это значение. Вообще это слово, видимо, с трудом поддается определению. Дефиниции, дающиеся в просмотренных мной толковых словарях английского языка, показались мне довольно натянутыми, неуклюжими – они не проникают в суть слова. Гораздо лучше описывают слово irony словари синонимов. Так, The Synonym Finder by J.J. Rodale, незаменимый помощник серьезного переводчика, дает среди прочих синонимы incongruity, paradox и даже absurdity. Мне кажется, это гораздо точнее описывает основное значение этого слова. The irony is that... – Парадокс состоит в том, что... Русское парадоксально, но факт хорошо переводится английской фразой It’s ironic that... или Ironically (enough)... А как быть с русскими словами ирония, ироничный (он говорил о ней с иронией, ироничный тон)? Иногда подойдут английские sarcastic, sarcastically, но здесь возможен некоторый «перебор». Выйти из положения можно, поискав вариант среди таких слов, как half-jokingly, teasing (tone), less than seriously и т.п. – здесь много места для творчества.

    English-Russian nonsystematic dictionary

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    1. n ирония; насмешка

    the irony of fate — ирония судьбы

    irony reduced to an art — тончайшая ирония

    a touch of irony — оттенок иронии

    a suspicion of irony — тень иронии

    2. a железный; железистый; похожий на железо

    irony chains — железные цепи

    Синонимический ряд:
    1. burlesque (noun) burlesque; parody; satire
    2. incongruity (noun) incongruity; paradox
    3. mockery (noun) contradiction; derision; double entendre; humor; humour; mockery; sarcasm
    Антонимический ряд:
    approbation; approval; attention; consideration; courtesy; deference; esteem; homage; obeisance; praise; regard; respect

    English-Russian base dictionary

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    ирония; железный

    irony chains — железные цепи

    scathing irony — едкая ирония

    the irony of fate — ирония судьбы

    a suspicion of irony — тень иронии

    a touch of irony — оттенок иронии

    English-Russian big medical dictionary

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    irony [ˊaɪrənɪ] n
    иро́ния;

    the irony of fate иро́ния судьбы́

    ;

    the irony of it is that... парадо́кс в том, что...; по злой иро́нии судьбы́...

    Socratic irony сократи́ческий ме́тод веде́ния спо́ра

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера

  • 12 irony

    plural - ironies; noun
    1) (a form of deliberate mockery in which one says the opposite of what is obviously true.)
    2) (seeming mockery in a situation, words etc: The irony of the situation was that he stole the money which she had already planned to give him.)
    - ironical
    - ironic
    - ironically
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    I [áiəni]
    adjective
    železov, železen, kot železo
    II [áiərəni]
    noun
    ironija, posmeh
    Socratic irony — hlinjena nevednost
    the irony of fate — ironija usode
    theatre tragic irony — tragična ironija

    English-Slovenian dictionary

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    {'aiəni}
    I. a железен, железоподобен
    II. n ирония
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    {'aiъni} а железен, железоподобен.(2) {'aiъrъni} n ирония.
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    железен; ирония;
    * * *
    1. i. a железен, железоподобен 2. ii. n ирония
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    irony[´aiəni] I. adj железен, железоподобен. II.[´aiərəni] n ирония; the \irony of fate ирония на съдбата; Socratic \irony сократова ирония (полемически похват).

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

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    [English Word] irony
    [English Plural] ironies
    [Swahili Word] kejeli
    [Swahili Plural] kejeli
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 9/10
    [Derived Word] Arabic
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    [English Word] irony
    [English Plural] ironies
    [Swahili Word] kinaa
    [Swahili Plural] kinaa
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 9/10
    [Derived Word] kinai V
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    [English Word] irony
    [English Plural] ironies
    [Swahili Word] kinaya
    [Swahili Plural] kinaya
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 9/10
    [Derived Word] kinai V
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    English-Swahili dictionary

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    noun
    ирония; the irony of fate ирония судьбы; the irony of it is that... парадокс в том, что...; по злой иронии судьбы...
    Socratic irony сократический метод ведения спора
    Syn:
    ridicule
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    (n) ирония
    * * *
    ирония
    * * *
    [i·ron·y || 'aɪə(r)nɪ] n. ирония
    * * *
    ирония
    * * *
    ирония

    Новый англо-русский словарь

  • 16 irony

    ирония
    - is a stylistic device in which the contextual evaluative meaning of a word is directly opposite to its dictionary meaning
    - is the foregrounding not of the logical but of the evaluative meaning
    - is the contradiction between the said and implied
    - is subdivided into verbal irony and sustained irony
    The context is arranged so that the qualifying word in irony reverses the direction of the evaluation, and the word positively charged is understood as a negative qualification and (much-much rarer) vice versa. The context varies from the minimal - a word combination to the context of a whole book.

    The lift held two people and rose slowly, groaning with diffidence. (I.Murdoch)

    Apart from splits based on politics, racial, religious and ethic backgrounds and specific personality differences, we're just one cohesive team. (D.Uhnak)

    Source: V.A.K.
    See: lexical SDs

    English-Russian dictionary of stylistics (terminology and examples)

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    irony [{{t}}'aɪrənɪ] (pl ironies)
    noun
    (gen) & {{}}Literature{{}} ironie f;
    the irony is that it might be true ce qui est ironique ou ce qu'il y a d'ironique, c'est que cela pourrait être vrai;
    in one of life's little ironies par une ironie du sort;
    and, irony of ironies,... et, comble de l'ironie,...

    Un panorama unique de l'anglais et du français

  • 18 irony

    plural - ironies; noun
    1) (a form of deliberate mockery in which one says the opposite of what is obviously true.)
    2) (seeming mockery in a situation, words etc: The irony of the situation was that he stole the money which she had already planned to give him.)
    - ironic
    - ironically
    ironi
    I
    subst. \/ˈaɪərənɪ\/
    ironi
    one of life's ironies en skjebnens ironi
    Socratic irony sokratisk ironi
    II
    adj. \/ˈaɪənɪ\/
    jern-, jernholdig

    English-Norwegian dictionary

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    plural - ironies; noun
    1) (a form of deliberate mockery in which one says the opposite of what is obviously true.) ironi
    2) (seeming mockery in a situation, words etc: The irony of the situation was that he stole the money which she had already planned to give him.) ironi
    - ironical
    - ironic
    - ironically
    * * *
    plural - ironies; noun
    1) (a form of deliberate mockery in which one says the opposite of what is obviously true.) ironi
    2) (seeming mockery in a situation, words etc: The irony of the situation was that he stole the money which she had already planned to give him.) ironi
    - ironical
    - ironic
    - ironically

    English-Danish dictionary

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    irony [ˈaɪərənɪ]
    noun
    ironie f
    • the irony of it is that ... l'ironie de la chose c'est que ...
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    ['aɪərənɪ]
    noun ironie f

    one of life's little ironies — une des ironies du sort

    English-French dictionary

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