- payaso, (masculine, feminine) he's the school/office clown es el payaso del colegio/de la oficinaMore example sentences
- Back then, children were expected to entertain themselves, which is how Lucky learnt to play the clown.
- And to that end, he teaches serious professionals how to play the clown.
- He had a restless, attention-seeking nature and loved to play the clown.
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
clown (around o about)hacer* payasadas, payasear, hacer* el payaso (Spain/España)
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