Traducción de knockabout en Español:


bullicioso, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈnɑkəˌbaʊt/ /ˈnɒkəbaʊt/

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  • 1

    a knockabout comedy una astracanada
    • The mood can shift from knockabout comedy to taut thriller in a heartbeat, which keeps the viewer from becoming complacent: One never knows what the film is going to do next.
    • It takes something close to idiocy to think that Shaw's comedy Arms and the Man can be played as knockabout farce.
    • If this sounds like an unlikely subject for knockabout comedy, it is, but Booker prize winner DBC Pierre almost pulls it off.
    • These were lively, swift-moving knockabout sketches with a slightly risqué edge for its young audience.
    • His writing was often deceptively whimsical, full of surreal creations and semi-fictional characters, but behind the knockabout humour lay some of the sharpest political commentary to be found in the educational press.


  • 1

    pequeño velero masculino
  • 2Britanico coloquial

    to have a knockabout pelotear