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parodiparodiereefterligne

parodiaparodioida

paródiaparodizálutánzat

skopstælaskopstæling, parodíaskrumskæling

parodijaparodijuoti

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parody

(ˈpӕrədi) plural ˈparodies noun

1. an amusing imitation of a serious author’s style of writing. He writes parodies of John Donne’s poems.
2. a very bad imitation. a parody of the truth.

verb

to make a parody of (something or someone).

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