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  • --- Adj “rigolo” also belongs to the category of “familiar” words like marrant

    rigolo - French Word-A-Day

  • 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.

    rigolo - French Word-A-Day

  • Vocab question --- When you want to say that something is funny, is it more common to say drole, marrant, ou rigolo?

    rigolo - French Word-A-Day

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    rigolo - French Word-A-Day

  • 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.

    rigolo - French Word-A-Day

  • 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.

    rigolo - French Word-A-Day

  • Listen to my daughter, Jackie, pronounce these words: rigolo, rigolote

    rigolo - French Word-A-Day

  • As for the adjective “rigolo”, indeed, it could apply to this funny little mouse on the top photo.

    rigolo - French Word-A-Day

  • Phil Siné: ah tiens c'est rigolo, je suis cité 2 fois ... c'est quand mê ...

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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.

    rigolo - French Word-A-Day

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