Translation of jocular in Spanish:

jocular

Pronunciation: /ˈdʒɑːkjələr; ˈdʒɒkjʊlə(r)/

adj

  • jocoso he was embarrassingly jocular daban vergüenza ajena sus esfuerzos por resultar divertido or jocoso
    More example sentences
    • Harmless jokes or jocular winking at the workplace can lead to activation of such guidelines.
    • It takes talent to transform a joke into a jocular jewel and the cast of the Mad Mission movies succeeds time and time again.
    • Dublin had just demolished Donegal and he was in particularly jocular mood.

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