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[spuːf], (Noun)

- a humorous imitation of something, typically a film or a particular genre of film, in which its characteristic features are exaggerated for comic effect
(e.g: a Robin Hood spoof)

- a trick played on someone as a joke
(e.g: word got out that the whole thing had been a spoof)


late 19th century: coined by Arthur Roberts (1852–1933), English comedian

[spuːf], (Verb)

- imitate (something) while exaggerating its characteristic features for comic effect
(e.g: it is a movie that spoofs other movies)

- hoax or trick (someone)
(e.g: they proceeded to spoof Western intelligence with false information)



definition by Oxford Dictionaries

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