- 1.1 u (ridicule) burla (f), mofa (f) [literario/literary] to hold sth/sb up to mockery ridiculizar* algo/a algn, poner* algo/a algn en ridículoMore example sentences1.2 (travesty) (no pl) farsa (f), pantomima (f) a mockery of justice una parodia de justicia to make a mockery of sth ridiculizar* algo
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- Maybe I've strayed off-topic here, but I think that mockery and derision is, oddly enough, part of the stuff of taking religion seriously.
- The more discussion-worthy point, however, is the use of humor as a political weapon - mockery, derision, diminishment.
- Debate the guy, denounce him, subject him to ridicule and mockery at every opportunity.
- It's a travesty, a mockery of our Constitutional system, and they will not rest until this hideous distortion of all that is good and decent has been ended once and for all.
- What eventually took its place was a travesty of the real thing, a mockery of the power that could raise men to heaven and give them the glimpse of God for which they gladly died.
- This dangerous double standard makes a sham and a mockery of the justice system.
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