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fun·ny

 (fŭn′ē)
adj. fun·ni·er, fun·ni·est
1.
a. Causing laughter or amusement: a funny cartoon.
b. Making or given to making amusing jokes or witticisms: a colleague who is very funny.
c. Appropriate as the subject of a joke; deserving of a joke. Used in negative sentences to express disapproval or to emphasize the seriousness of something: There is nothing funny about getting the flu.
2.
a. Difficult to account for; unusual or odd: I had a funny feeling that she would call.
b. Suspiciously odd: It's funny how I seem to lose something every time he comes around.
3. Counterfeit or fraudulent: tried to pass off funny money as legitimate.
4. Informal Somewhat ill, painful, or abnormal: I felt funny after eating those clams."a mole on his arm that has started to go funny" (Ann Cummins).
5. Informal
a. Offensively forward or disrespectful: She told him off after he started to get funny.
b. Contrary to one's demands or expectations: Don't let the prisoners do anything funny.
n. pl. fun·nies Informal
1. A joke; a witticism: "He laughed because he did not know I was not making a funny" (Jonathan Safran Foer).
2. funnies
a. Comic strips.
b. The section of a newspaper containing comic strips.

[From fun.]

fun′ni·ly adv.
fun′ni·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.funnily - in a strange manner; "a queerly inscribed sheet of paper"
Translations
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funnily

[ˈfʌnɪlɪ] ADV
1. (= amusingly) → con gracia
2. (= oddly) → de forma extraña, de forma rara
he was behaving rather funnily that dayese día se estaba comportando de forma extraña or rara
funnily enoughaunque parezca extraño ...
funnily enough, it doesn't bother her at allaunque parezca extraño, no le molesta en absoluto

funnily

[ˈfʌnɪli] adv
funnily enough → bizarrement

funnily

adv
(= strangely)komisch, merkwürdig; funnily enoughkomischerweise, merkwürdigerweise
(= amusingly)amüsant

funnily

[ˈfʌnɪlɪ] adv
a.in modo divertente
b. (oddly) → stranamente
funnily enough → strano a dirsi, per una strana coincidenza

fun

(fan) noun
enjoyment; a good time. They had a lot of fun at the party; Isn't this fun!
ˈfunny adjective
1. amusing; making one laugh. a funny story.
2. strange; peculiar. I heard a funny noise.
ˈfunnily adverb
fun and games
activities that are good fun. But I have to warn you, this job is not all fun and games!
for fun
as a joke; for amusement. The children threw stones for fun.
in fun
as a joke; not seriously. I said it in fun.
make fun of
to laugh at (someone, usually unkindly). They made fun of her.
References in classic literature ?
They said this so funnily that we began to laugh and to ask if there were thieves at the Opera.
The words seemed to stick funnily in his throat, but he asked them nevertheless.
Very likely I expressed myself funnily, and I may have looked funny, but, for all that, I believe I understand where honour lies, and what I said was but the literal truth.
For, observe, Marlow," he said, making at me very round eyes which contrasted funnily with the austere touch of grey on his temples, "observe, my dear fellow, that everything depended on the men who cleared up the poop in the evening leaving that coil of rope on the deck, and on the topsail-tie carrying away in a most incomprehensible and surprising manner earlier in the day, and the end of the chain whipping round the coaming and shivering to bits the coloured glass- pane at the end of the skylight.
That is if she manages to keep any stockings at all," he added, with a sort of suppressed fury so funnily unexpected that I would have burst into a laugh if I hadn't been lost in astonishment of the simplest kind.
Funnily enough, I like flying, hurtling through the air in a tin can.
Funnily enough, there is no mention whatsoever of my main point - the almost PS100billion that will have to be paid for nothing.
He finds this usually gets their attention, funnily enough.
Funnily enough, not so many followed up on the story when scientists reported that Daddy Roo was more likely trying to shake her back to life because he fancied a bit of the old didgeridoo.
Darren Criss @darrencriss Funnily enough they don't actually go very well together.
Funnily enough, he wasn't among those who contributed to Sir Alex Ferguson: Secrets of Success (BBC1, Sunday).
Funnily enough, the only person who didn't look in a partying mood was Papa Attieh.