英音 [ˈfʌni] 美音 [ˈfʌni]
an account of an amusing incident (usually with a punch line);
"she told a funny story"
"she made a funny"
arousing or provoking laughter;
"an amusing film with a steady stream of pranks and pratfalls"
"an amusing fellow"
"a comic hat"
"a comical look of surprise"
"funny stories that made everybody laugh"
"a very funny writer"
"it would have been laughable if it hadn't hurt so much"
"a mirthful experience"
"risible courtroom antics"
beyond or deviating from the usual or expected;
"a curious hybrid accent"
"her speech has a funny twang"
"they have some funny ideas about war"
"had an odd name"
"the peculiar aromatic odor of cloves"
"something definitely queer about this town"
"what a rum fellow"
not as expected;
"there was something fishy about the accident"
"up to some funny business"
"some definitely queer goings-on"
"a shady deal"
"her motives were suspect"
experiencing odd bodily sensations;
"told the doctor about the funny sensations in her chest"
funnyman n. <美>喜剧演员（或作家），滑稽演员;
funny business n. 不道德的行为，不规矩的事;
funny bone n. （肘上）尺骨端;麻筋儿;
funny-looking adj. 样子好笑的;
funny-money n. 膨胀的通货;
get funny with v. 对…不敬;
funny money 滥发的货币，膨胀的通货;
funny-looking kid [医]怪模怪样的孩子;
funny-looking child [医]怪模怪样的孩子;
funny-looking beat [医]难以解释的搏动;
Funny looking kid [医]相貌古怪儿童;
a standing funny monk in blue-and-white 青花站济公;