Meaning of satirically in English:

satirically

Pronunciation /səˈtɪrɪk(ə)li/

Translate satirically into Spanish

adverb

See satirical

‘They concern themselves with the real world and address its problems, satirically or self-deprecatingly.’
  • ‘Caulfield hoped that the audience could look at Hollywood more critically or satirically.’
  • ‘This deeply ironic film satirically comments on, and often plainly states, how we are designed to pursue not good, but our own desires - which are often twisted and destructive.’
  • ‘More times than not the targets it aims for are accurately and satirically skewered.’
  • ‘Perhaps, too, the academic environment is just too rarefied, too unrelated to a recognisable outside world, to be satirically relevant.’