Definición de kitsch en inglés:

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Pronunciación: /kɪtʃ/


[mass noun]
Art, objects, or design considered to be in poor taste because of excessive garishness or sentimentality, but sometimes appreciated in an ironic or knowing way: the lava lamp is a bizarre example of sixties kitsch
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  • There's only one thing that's worse than kitsch and that's fashionably ironic kitsch.
  • Hopkins's watercolors may sometimes come a little too close to kitsch for comfort.
  • The sentiment behind this memorial may be admirable, but the result is pure kitsch.


Considered to be in poor taste but appreciated in an ironic or knowing way: the front room is stuffed with kitsch knick-knacks, little glass and gilt ornaments she offers kitsch interpretations of classic British dress, including a range of tartan mini-kilts
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  • No hint of eighteenth-century neo-Palladian swagger or its kitsch modern imitations.
  • Similarly, the theatricality that once branded some realist paintings as kitsch no longer seems a necessarily negative attribute.
  • Word has it the mullet is so kitsch, it's fashionable again.


1920s: German.

Palabras que riman con kitsch

bewitch, bitch, ditch, enrich, fitch, flitch, glitch, hitch, itch, Mitch, pitch, quitch, rich, snitch, stitch, switch, titch, twitch, which, witch

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