From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake fun of somebody/somethingmake fun of somebody/somethingMAKE FUN OFto make unkindinsultingremarks about someone or somethingI’m not making fun of you. I admire what you did. →fun
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make fun of somebody/something• I hated her because she had such a stupid name and yet no one daredmake fun of her.• I recently visited my cousin, and Joe and Steven kept making fun of me.• We don't like 16-bitownersmaking fun of us 8-bit owners, so why should we make fun of the Spectrum?• Like Neil still makes fun of me.• Stop it - I don't make fun of the way you talk, do I?• Q: Of the many things there are to make fun of in Martha, what struck you as the most absurd?• The boys at school used to make fun of me because I have a crookedspine.• He felt that they were making fun of him, though he could not understand why.• They may feel very angry at peo-ple who make fun of them.