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sarcastic (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive sarcastic, Comparative more sarcastic, Superlative most sarcastic
Hyphenation:
sar | kas | tisch, comparative: sar | kas | ti | scher, superlative: sar | kas | tischs | th
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [zaʁˈkastɪʃ]
Word meaning / definition:
1) biting, or bitterly scornful (also: stronger form of ironic)
Origin of the term:
At the end of the 18th century from Greek σαρκαστικός (sarkastikós) "sneering, bitterly mocking", to σαρκάζω (sarkázein) "to tear apart, bite your lip in anger, ridicule grimly" and σάρξ (sárx) "meat" , borrowed
Related terms:
1) biting, snappy, sneering, ironic, mocking
Application examples:
1) "Of course! It was great!" He said sarcastic.
1) Pauls sarcastic Remarks did not go down well with the teacher, but they did with the girls.
Typical word combinations:
1) irony, black humor, cynicism
Word formations:
1) sarcasm

Translations

  • English: 1) sarcastic
  • French: 1) sarcastic
  • Greek (new): 1) σαρκαστικός (sarkastikós)
  • Dutch: 1) Sarcastic
  • Polish: 1) sarkastyczny
  • Spanish: 1) sarcástico
  • Czech: 1) sarkastický

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

In addition to EPP top candidate Weber, the Commission President is now also critical of Romania's Council Presidency. The reaction falls sarcastic out.
Handelsblatt.com, December 29, 2018

In it he lays sarcastic the former Austrian Vice Chancellor HC Strache, who presented himself as a victim after his resignation, put a conspiracy theory close to his heart.
Deutschlandradio, May 26, 2019

He doesn't like people, is extreme sarcastic and refuses to make friends.
Sumikai, March 24, 2019

To make matters worse, Kloppo was mocked after the final whistle by a ball boy who gave him sarcastic clapped and held out a raised thumb.
90min, March 4th, 2019

Right - the answer to this and others sarcastic and so unflattering questions are: Berlin.
Tichy's Insight, March 16, 2020

The US President had irritated on Thursday with the idea of ​​injecting disinfectants into the body. That’s just all sarcastic was meant, Trump now clarifies.
Today.at, April 25, 2020

The president makes people sit up and take notice with curious theories about miracle cures. Inject disinfectant? That is sarcastic was meant. But so far Trump has trusted his experts.
DiePresse.com, April 24, 2020

Angry, sarcastic and Birgit Jürgenssen ironically addressed the social disadvantage of women: dominant role assignments, sexual violence and ideals of beauty.
Deutschlandradio, May 16, 2020

The trolls used to sarcastic back.
n-tv.de, December 12, 2019

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / declensions

Inflection sarcastic - The declension of the adjective sarcastic

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe sarcastic onethe sarcasticthe sarcastic onethe sarcastic
Femininethe sarcastic onethe sarcasticthe sarcasticthe sarcastic one
neuterthe sarcasticthe sarcasticthe sarcasticthe sarcastic
Pluralthe sarcasticthe sarcasticthe sarcasticthe sarcastic
indefinite article
Masculinea sarcastic onea sarcastic onea sarcastic onea sarcastic one
Femininea sarcastic onea sarcastic onea sarcastic onea sarcastic one
neutera sarcastic onea sarcastic onea sarcastic onea sarcastic one
without article
Masculinemore sarcasticsarcasticsarcasticsarcastic
Femininesarcasticmore sarcasticmore sarcasticsarcastic
neutersarcasticsarcasticsarcasticsarcastic
Pluralsarcasticmore sarcasticsarcasticsarcastic

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • biting: sensual: piercing, sharp; Transferred: Statements in such a way that they have a hurtful - i.e. biting - effect
  • offensive: hurting someone's feelings through derogatory words, gestures, or actions
  • snappy: in terms of character that someone / something tends to bite quickly; transferred: sharp, pointedly formulated and therefore often hurtful
  • polemical: in the manner of polemics
  • satirical: in the manner or by the means of satire: humorously criticizing someone (for example a politician), his ideas or something (for example social grievances)
  • sharp-tongued: ironically harsh criticism
  • cutting
  • snippy
  • black humor: including / using black humor
  • pointed
  • pointed tongues
  • mocking: Driving mockery in language, gestures and facial expressions a) as an adjective b) used as an adverbial
  • hurtful
  • cynical: malicious and hurtful; in kind of cynicism
  • corrosive: Chemistry Material properties: Destroys surfaces, destroys tissue; mockingly insulting, emotionally hurtful; Youth language, out of date: hideous, terrible; Youth language (rare): great
  • biting: sensual: piercing, sharp; Transferred: Statements in such a way that they have a hurtful - i.e. biting - effect
  • offensive: hurting someone's feelings through derogatory words, gestures, or actions
  • disgraceful: insulting, damaging the honor
  • sneering: hurtfully mocking, full of scorn
  • caustic: Chemistry sharp, corrosive; transferred, educational: mocking with sharp words
  • offending
  • sardonically: malicious, with a distorted expression; convulsive; Apparently sneering, sardonic, grim opening of the mouth or blotting of teeth (for example in the case of strychnine poisoning and in the early stages of tetanus disease)
  • mocking: Driving mockery in language, gestures and facial expressions a) as an adjective b) used as an adverbial
  • devastating
  • contemptuous: with contempt; Harboring contempt
  • throwing away

Another word (synonym) for sarcastic - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "sarcastic":

ironic: biting, biting, scornful, sarcastic, mocking, cynical Opposite words: 1) Serious Examples of use: 1) You mustn't take it seriously, it was meant ironically

joke: ... ~, ironic ~, weird ~, lame ~, boring ~, funny ~, macabre ~, political ~, sarcastic ~, worse ~, dirty ~, more funny ~, surrealistic ~, dry ~ ...

lovely:… Word meaning / definition: 1) nice, sweet, pleasant, attractive, graceful, pretty 2) mocking, sarcastic: uncomfortable, disgusting, the opposite of 1). 3) triggering a stimulus Synonyms: ...

humorous: humorous, funny, ironic, witty, sarcastic, cabaret Opposite words: 1) serious application examples: 1) humorous contributions are always welcome

pointed: ... 2) being sexually aroused; horny, eager 3) carrying irony and / or malice; snappy, sarcastic 4) In mathematics, an angle that is smaller than a right angle ...


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