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situation comedy

Translation of situation comedy in Spanish:

noun

countable or uncountable
  • (acerca de situaciones de la vida diaria)
    Example sentences
    • The earliest situation comedy on television was set in the city.
    • For example, a television situation comedy and two movies have recently been based on life in South Boston.
    • Even within the single medium of network television, for example, there are huge differences between the production team required for news, situation comedy, and game shows.

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