Spanish Word for clown  

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English Word: clown

Spanish Word: payaso
The Spanish Word for clown
Now you know how to say clown in Spanish. :-)

Translated sentences containing 'clown'
They would have laughed if they had seen the clown.
Ellas habrían reído si hubieran visto al payaso.
The clown is better than the wizard.
El payaso es mejor que el mago.
He laughs with the clown
Él ríe con el payaso.
The doctor laughs with the clown.
El doctor ríe con el payaso.
The clown drives the tiny car.
El payaso conduce el carrito.
She saw the clown in the circus.
Ella veía al payaso en el circo.
The clown made the children happy.
El payaso alegró a los niños.
We played with the clown.
Nosotros jugamos con el payaso.
short clown
payaso bajo
The clown had faked the smiles during the party.
El payaso había fingido las sonrisas durante la fiesta.

Mr President, for me our Parliament has been acting the clown.
Señor Presidente, en mi opinión, nuestro Parlamento se ha comportado como un bufón.
- (PL) Mr President, we all know that the positions of court jester and clown existed in times gone by.
- (PL) Señor Presidente, todos sabemos que los puestos de bufón y payaso de la corte existieron en épocas pasadas.
Today in Latvia, the word 'ombudsman' makes one smile. If the situation does not change, it could be likened to the word 'clown'.
Si la situación no cambia, se podría equiparar con la palabra "payaso".
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