Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Comedy"

The meaning of "Comedy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does dry comedy mean?
A: It means to tell a joke without emotion
Q: What does ​‎a comedy that recognizes that there’s more to the world than what we do I think. mean?
A: It could be that a comedy that looks on the world completely different from the way we do.
Q: What does A comedy from the heart that goes for the throat.

I understand before the that clause, but I don't get the rest. Does it mean that heart to throat touching comedy? mean?
A: to go for the throat = to attack someone's weak spot in a vicious way, like a wild animal that attacks another animal's throat

A comedy from the heart that goes for the throat = a comedy that can be very sensitive and touching, but can also be very cruel and harsh
Q: What does risqué comedy mean?
A: A risqué comedy is a sexually suggesting comedy, hence provocative and in all likelihood offensive to some.
Q: What does i am watching a comedy series that has a sentence here . what's "24/7"mean? mean?
A: 24 hours/ 7days, which means the guy is after the girl all the time and it makes the speaker jealous.

Example sentences using "Comedy"

Q: Please show me example sentences with comedy.
A: She want to have a career in comedy, so she watches comedians all the time.
Do you want to go to a comedy club tonight? It will be fun.
Do you prefer comedy or tragedy when you go to the theater?

Synonyms of "Comedy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between If you enjoy romantic comedies, then this is a film you must see. and Are you to enjoy romantic comedies, then this is a film you must see. ?
A: Yes, both are correct.
Q: What is the difference between comedy bit and comedy show ?
A: A comedy show will often have several comedians, each performing their own bit/routine.
Q: What is the difference between i like how they added some comedy and i like that they added some comedy ?
A: “I like how” is referring to the way something was done.
“I like that” is referring to the people actually doing it.
Q: What is the difference between comedy and sitcom ?
A: Comedy is a genre of movies, tv shows, books, plays... Sitcom (short for situation comedy) is a genre of comedy centered on characters who share a common environment; very common as tv shows. Some famous sitcoms are How I Met Your Mother, Modern Family, Friends, Mom... every sitcom is comedy, but not every comedy is sitcom.
Q: What is the difference between comedy bit and comedy sketch ?
A: Not a big difference between the two from a non-comedian's perspective (but it might have specific meaning within comedic circles).

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Translations of "Comedy"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I love watching the comedy Wandavison that is shown every Friday night on Disney
A: “I love watching the comedy Wandavison that is shown every Friday night on Disney”. You can say it the way you said it. In USA english “the comedy” is understood to be a funny show. Then you gave the name “Wandavision” and explained when it is on. Disney is understood to be “the Disney channel”. There are many other ways to say this, but your way would be easily understood.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What's your favorite comedy movie?
A: What's your favorite comedy movie?

Answer. Army of darkness. It's completely childish, but also hilarious at least the first time.

Note. "Movie" is often left out of the sentence. The context is usually understood with just "comedy"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? comedy
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? comedy
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Other questions about "Comedy"

Q: I was watching some comedy shows. One of them, Catherine Tate said "I take high road, you take low load" to Davit Tennant. What is this joke's meaning?

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A: It is a partial lyric for a popular scottish song:

Banks of Loch Lomond.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bonnie_Banks_o'_Loch_Lomond

Mrs Tate is saying it to slightly insult the teachers Scottish heritage.

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Q: I'm going to stand-up comedy show in English and Japanese.
Let's see how much I could understand it.
Can I say ''Let's'' when I talk about me ?
Should I sa let me? Does this sound natural?
A: I think it might be better to say "Let's see how much I'll be able to understand."
Or "Let's see how much I'll understand."
Q: I went to a comedy show called stand up comedy with my new friends.

I met them at English class at a guest house this Monday.

I enjoyed the comedy show even though I couldn't understand it all.
But maybe I could understand more than half. Does this sound natural?
A: I went to a stand-up comedy show with my new friends.

I met them at English class at a guest house this Monday.

I enjoyed the comedy show even though I couldn't understand it all.
But maybe I could understand more than half.
Q: It's a romantic comedy drama where they are going to become attracted to each other as the story develops. このドラマは、次第に惹かれあっていく二人をコミカルに描くラブコメディです。 Does this sound natural?
A: I understand this because I watch dramas, but it's not natural usage. You would generally use show or series instead of drama.
Q: It's a romantic comedy drama where they are going to be attracted each other as the story develops. このドラマは、次第に惹かれあっていく二人をコミカルに描くラブコメディです。 Does this sound natural?
A: "as the story develops" suggests "become", although "be" is OK.

The difference is small in this context but "become" sounds better to me.

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