英 [fɑːs] 美 [fɑːrs]
- n. 闹剧；胡闹；滑稽戏
- v. 添加笑料；填充
- Their negotiations were a farce since their leaders had already made the decision.
- It seemed to be a farce and it made us doubled up with laugher.
- The trials were a mere farce since no judges were present at all.
- The play suddenly changes from farce to tragedy.
- He likes to watch farces at weekends to relax himself.
Our school dramas tend toward comedy and farce rather than tragedy.出自： A. S. Neill
A mind Farced up with all I have learned and read.出自： W. de la Mare