HyperDic: burlón

Español > 5 sentidos de la palabra burlón:
ADJETIVOallburlón, irónico, irrisorio, mofadorabusing vocally
allburlón, agudo, burlona, chistoso, chusco, gracioso, ingenioso, jocoso, ocurrente, saladocleverly amusing in tone
allburlón, irónico, sarcásticoplayfully vexing (especially by ridicule)
NOMBREperson burlón, escarnecedor, guasón, mofadorsomeone who jeers or mocks or treats something with contempt / contempt or calls out in derision
person burlón, bromista, chunguero, gansosomeone given to teasing (as by mocking or stirring curiosity)
Español > burlón: 5 sentidos > adjetivo 1
Sentidoabusing vocally; expressing contempt / contempt or ridicule.
Sinónimosirónico, irrisorio, mofador
GeneralirrespetuosoExhibiting lack of respect
Inglésderisive, gibelike, jeering, mocking, taunting
Catalánburlaner, irònic, irrisori
AdverbiosburlonamenteIn a disrespectful and mocking manner
burlonamente, jibinglyIn a disrespectful jeering manner
Verbosmenospreciar, ridiculizartreat or speak of with contempt / contempt / contempt
Español > burlón: 5 sentidos > adjetivo 2
Sentidocleverly amusing in tone.
Sinónimosagudo, burlona, chistoso, chusco, gracioso, ingenioso, jocoso, ocurrente, salado
Generalchistoso, cómica, cómico, divertido, graciosa, gracioso, humorística, humorísticoFull of or characterized by humor
Inglésbantering, facetious, tongue-in-cheek
Catalánagut, enginyós, graciós, jocós, ocurrent, salat
Nombresagudeza, carácter festivoplayful humor
AdverbiosburlonamenteIn a bantering fashion
guasonamente, humorísticamente, irónicamentenot seriously
Español > burlón: 5 sentidos > adjetivo 3
Sentidoplayfully vexing (especially by ridicule).
Sinónimosirónico, sarcástico
GeneraljuguetónFull of fun and high spirits
Inglésmocking, teasing, quizzical
Catalánirònic, sarcàstic
AdverbiosburlonamenteIn a playfully teasing manner
Español > burlón: 5 sentidos > nombre 1, person
Sentidosomeone who jeers or mocks or treats something with contempt / contempt or calls out in derision.
Sinónimosescarnecedor, guasón, mofador
Generalantipático, desagradableA person who is not pleasant or agreeable
Inglésscoffer, flouter, mocker, jeerer
Catalánburleta, escarnidor, mofador, mofaire, mofeta
Verbosabuchear, befar, lanzar improperios contra, mofarse, rechiflarlaugh at with contempt and derision
burlartreat with contemptuous disregard
burlarse, escarnecer, mofarseimitate with mockery and derision
burlarse, burlar, menospreciar, ridiculizartreat with contempt
Español > burlón: 5 sentidos > nombre 2, person
Sentidosomeone given to teasing (as by mocking or stirring curiosity).
Sinónimosbromista, chunguero, ganso
Generalpersona non grataA person who for some reason is not wanted or welcome
Ingléstease, teaser, annoyer, vexer
Verbosacosar, atormentar, burlar, hostigar, importunar, joder, jorobar, molestarannoy persistently
agobiar, enfadar, fastidiar, incomodar, irritar, molestar, mortificar, provocar, vejarCause annoyance in
befarse, burlarse, burlar, cachondearse, chancearse, chotearse, chungearse, mofarse, molestar, pitorrearse, recochinearse, tomar el peloharass with persistent criticism or carping
tomar el pelomock or make fun of playfully

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