HyperDic: burlar

Español > 9 sentidos de la palabra burlar:
VERBOsocialburlar, engañarbe false to
communicationburlar, befarse, burlarse, cachondearse, chancearse, chotearse, chungearse, mofarse, molestar, pitorrearse, recochinearse, tomar el peloharass with persistent criticism or carping
emotionburlar, acosar, atormentar, hostigar, importunar, joder, jorobar, molestarannoy persistently
communicationburlar, burlarse, menospreciar, ridiculizartreat with contempt
competitionburlarbeat through cleverness and wit
emotionburlar, engañar, tomar el peloto arouse hope, desire, or curiosity without satisfying them
communicationburlartreat with contemptuous disregard
communicationburlar, bromear, torearbe silly or tease one another
competitionburlar, engañardefeat by more skillful maneuvering
Español > burlar: 9 sentidos > verbo 1, social
SentidoBe false to; be dishonest with.
Sinónimoengañar
Implicado porarrancar, birlar, descuerar, engañar, estafar, timardeprive somebody of something by deceit
Específicoacorralar, atrapar, entrampar, pillar, tender una trampaTake or catch as if in a snare or trap
chasquear, dar un chasco, embaucar, engañar, engatusar, hacer bromas, jugar una bromadeceive somebody
embaucartrick or deceive
engañar, tomar el pelomake a fool or dupe of
engañar, poner los cuernos, ser infielBe sexually unfaithful to one's partner in marriage
gastar una bromasubject to a playful hoax or joke
hacer trampaEngage in deceitful behavior
traicionar, venderdeliver to an enemy by treachery
Generalvictimizarmake a victim / victim of
Inglésdeceive, lead on, delude, cozen
Catalánenganyar, enredar
Adjetivoengañoso, ilusorioCausing one to believe what is not true or fail to believe what is true
engañoso, ilusorioDesigned to deceive or mislead either deliberately or inadvertently
engañoso, falso, ilusorioinappropriate to reality or facts
Nombresdecepción, engaño, fraude, impostura, mentira, tergiversaciónA misleading falsehood
delirio(psychology) an erroneous belief that is held in the face of evidence to the contrary
disimulación, engaño, fingimiento, fraudeThe act of deceiving / deceiving
engaño, ilusiónThe act of deluding
Español > burlar: 9 sentidos > verbo 2, communication
Sentidoharass with persistent criticism or carping.
Sinónimosbefarse, burlarse, cachondearse, chancearse, chotearse, chungearse, mofarse, molestar, pitorrearse, recochinearse, tomar el pelo
Específicoabuchear, befar, lanzar improperios contra, mofarse, rechiflarlaugh at with contempt and derision
bromear, burlar, torearBe silly or tease one another
Generalburlarse, burlar, menospreciar, ridiculizartreat with contempt
Ingléstease, razz, rag, cod, tantalize, tantalise, bait, taunt, twit, rally, ride
Catalánamoïnar, burlar, fastidiar, fastiguejar, molestar, tantalitzar
NombresTántalo(Greek mythology) a wicked king and son of Zeus
abucheo, pitadaA cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt / contempt
alfilerazo, befa, bigardía, burla, chufleta, dicterio, improperio, mofa, pulla, rehilete, vareta, vejamen, vituperioaggravation by deriding or mocking or criticizing
bromista, burlón, chunguero, gansosomeone given to teasing (as by mocking or stirring curiosity)
burla, vacileThe act of harassing someone playfully or maliciously (especially by ridicule)
mortificador, provocadorsomeone who tantalizes
Español > burlar: 9 sentidos > verbo 3, emotion
Sentidoannoy persistently.
Sinónimosacosar, atormentar, hostigar, importunar, joder, jorobar, molestar
Generalatormentar, frustrar, martirizar, torturartreat cruelly
Ingléstease, badger, pester, bug, beleaguer
Catalánassetjar, atabuixar, burlar, cansar, empaitar, esgotar, fastiguejar, fatigar, molestar
Nombresbromista, burlón, chunguero, gansosomeone given to teasing (as by mocking or stirring curiosity)
burla, vacileThe act of harassing someone playfully or maliciously (especially by ridicule)
embrollador, embrollónsomeone who tries to embarrass you with gibes and questions and objections
lapa, machacón, moscardón, moscón, pelma, pesada, pesado, peste, plaga, quiltroA persistently annoying person
Español > burlar: 9 sentidos > verbo 4, communication
Sentidotreat with contempt.
Sinónimosburlarse, menospreciar, ridiculizar
Específicobefarse, burlarse, burlar, cachondearse, chancearse, chotearse, chungearse, mofarse, molestar, pitorrearse, recochinearse, tomar el peloharass with persistent criticism or carping
burla, ridiculizarsubject to laughter or ridicule
menospreciar, ridiculizartreat or speak of with contempt / contempt / contempt
Generaltratarinteract in a certain way
Inglésmock, bemock
Catalánfer befa, fer escarni, mofar-se
Nombresbefa, burla, burlería, mofa, rechiflashowing your contempt / contempt by derision
burlón, escarnecedor, guasón, mofadorsomeone who jeers or mocks or treats something with contempt / contempt or calls out in derision
Español > burlar: 9 sentidos > verbo 5, competition
SentidoBeat through cleverness and wit.
Generalaventajar, exceder, sobrepasar, sobrepujar, superarBe or do something to a greater degree
Similaraplastar, bombardear, dar una paliza, derrotar, ganar, triunfar, vencerCome out better in a competition, race, or conflict
Inglésoutwit, overreach, outsmart, outfox, beat, circumvent
Adjetivovenciblesusceptible to being defeated
Español > burlar: 9 sentidos > verbo 6, emotion
SentidoTo arouse hope, desire, or curiosity without satisfying them.
Sinónimosengañar, tomar el pelo
Implicacalentar, despertar, determinar el sexo, emocionar, encender, excitarse, excitar, prender, suscitarstimulate sexually
decepcionar, defraudarfail to meet the hopes or expectations of
Generalcontrolar, manipularControl (others or oneself) or influence skillfully, usually to one's advantage
Ingléstease
Catalánamoïnar, burlar, fastidiar, fastiguejar, molestar
Nombrescoqueta, mujer fatal, seductora, vamper, vampiresaA seductive woman who uses her sex appeal to exploit men
Español > burlar: 9 sentidos > verbo 7, communication
Sentidotreat with contemptuous disregard.
Generaldescartar, desoír, destituir, excluir, ignorarbar from attention or consideration
Inglésscoff, flout
Catalánburlar, fer cas omís
Nombresbefa, burla, burlería, mofa, rechiflashowing your contempt / contempt by derision
burlón, escarnecedor, guasón, mofadorsomeone who jeers or mocks or treats something with contempt / contempt or calls out in derision
Español > burlar: 9 sentidos > verbo 8, communication
SentidoBe silly or tease one another.
Sinónimosbromear, torear
Generalbefarse, burlarse, burlar, cachondearse, chancearse, chotearse, chungearse, mofarse, molestar, pitorrearse, recochinearse, tomar el peloharass with persistent criticism or carping
Ingléskid, chaff, jolly, josh, banter
Catalánbromejar, fer broma
Nombresbroma, fisga, impertinencia, réplicaslight teasing repartee
Español > burlar: 9 sentidos > verbo 9, competition
Sentidodefeat by more skillful maneuvering.
Sinónimoengañar
Específicosuperar en estrategiaSurpass in generalship
Generalaventajar, barrer con, derrotar con trampas, derrotar, ganar, superar, triunfar, vencerget the better of
Inglésoutmaneuver, outmanoeuvre, outsmart
Catalánengalipar, enganyar, enredar

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