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    Hello!
    I found this expression in a book I am reading (the new york trilogy) and I dont understand what does it mean. Can someone help me??

    Thaaaaaaank you so much!!

    Clara

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    Default Re: tongue in cheek

    Something meant or expressed in an ironic, funny, facetious way.

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    thank you Ecuanime! thanks for the explanation.

    kisses!

    Clara

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    In Spanish it is "humorístico" o "irónico" . It depends on the context.

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    Thank you! MEM, I will look for the context then and see what is more appropriate.

    Thanks again.

    Kisses,

    Clara

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