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“--- Adj “rigolo” also belongs to the category of “familiar” words like marrant”
“But she likes the idea and so do I. Ophelia, Re which of the following words -- drôle, marrant, or rigolo -- is most often used when we want to say something is funny ... this is an excellent question for Newforest.”
“Vocab question --- When you want to say that something is funny, is it more common to say drole, marrant, ou rigolo?”
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“If you are “un rigolo” (une rigolote), “un p'tit rigolo”, “un sacré rigolo”, you are a joker, a comedian and you make everybody laugh .... but, you may also be a type of person who never takes things seriously and, sorry, I wouldn't trust you.”
“For the various translations of "funny" in English -- I have always heard "marrant" and "rigolo" used to describe things like comic strips or TV shows.”
“Listen to my daughter, Jackie, pronounce these words: rigolo, rigolote”
“As for the adjective “rigolo”, indeed, it could apply to this funny little mouse on the top photo.”
“Phil Siné: ah tiens c'est rigolo, je suis cité 2 fois ... c'est quand mê ...”
“If you are “un rigolo” une rigolote, “un p'tit rigolo”, “un sacré rigolo”, you are a joker, a comedian and you make everybody laugh.... but, you may also be a type of person who never takes things seriously and, sorry, I wouldn't trust you.”
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it doesn't matter if you can speak french or not to add the word. you can add it for the way it sounds or what it means. it can only be one word. if you add it for what it means, comment on the lis...
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