Definition of Britcom in English:

Britcom

Syllabification: Brit·com
Pronunciation: /ˈbritˌkäm
 
/

noun

  • A British comedy, especially a television series: we went dressed as Edina and Patsy from our favorite Britcom
    More example sentences
    • A highly accessible and incredibly funny series, it has quickly established itself as one of the best Britcoms of all time.
    • As an American who loves Britcoms, I try to watch and rent all that I can find on telly and in vid shops.
    • Overall, this is an enjoyable look at some very talented actresses, and fans of Britcoms will probably enjoy it.

Origin

1970s: on the pattern of sitcom.

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