HyperDic: burlarse

Español > 6 sentidos de la palabra burlarse:
VERBOcommunicationburlarse, befarse, burlar, cachondearse, chancearse, chotearse, chungearse, mofarse, molestar, pitorrearse, recochinearse, tomar el peloharass with persistent criticism or carping
communicationburlarse, bromear, bufonearsetell a joke
communicationburlarse, escarnecer, mofarseimitate with mockery and derision
communicationburlarse, burlar, menospreciar, ridiculizartreat with contempt
communicationburlarse, cachondearse, reírse, tomarse a risadeal with a problem by laughing or pretending to be amused by it
bodyburlarse, mofarseto smirk contemptuously
Español > burlarse: 6 sentidos > verbo 1, communication
Sentidoharass with persistent criticism or carping.
Sinónimosbefarse, burlar, 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 > burlarse: 6 sentidos > verbo 2, communication
Sentidotell a joke; speak humorously.
Sinónimosbromear, bufonearse
Específicobromear, satirizarmake jokes or quips
hacer el idiota, hacer el tonto, payasear, tontearindulge in horseplay
Generalcomunicar, transmitirtransmit thoughts or feelings
Tambiénburla, ridiculizarsubject to laughter or ridicule
Inglésjoke, jest
Catalánbromejar, bufonejar, burlar-se, fer broma
Nombresbroma, jocosidadActivity characterized by good humor
broma, chanza, chiste, gracia, jocosidad, ocurrenciaA humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter
bromista, bufón, chistoso, cuentachistes, hazmerreír, humoristaA person who enjoys / enjoys / enjoys telling or playing jokes
bufónA professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the Middle Ages
Español > burlarse: 6 sentidos > verbo 3, communication
Sentidoimitate with mockery and derision.
Sinónimosescarnecer, mofarse
Específicocaricaturizarrepresent / represent in or produce a caricature of
imitar, parodiarmake a parody of
Generalaparentar, copiar, imitar, remedarReproduce someone's behavior or looks
Inglésmock
Catalánfer befa, fer escarni, mofar-se
Nombresburlón, escarnecedor, guasón, mofadorsomeone who jeers or mocks or treats something with contempt / contempt or calls out in derision
Español > burlarse: 6 sentidos > verbo 4, communication
Sentidotreat with contempt.
Sinónimosburlar, 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 > burlarse: 6 sentidos > verbo 5, communication
SentidoDeal with a problem by laughing or pretending to be amused by it.
Sinónimoscachondearse, reírse, tomarse a risa
Generaldescartar, desoír, destituir, excluir, ignorarbar from attention or consideration
Tambiénreírproduce laughter
Ingléslaugh off, laugh away
Catalánburlar-se, prendre a broma, riure's
Español > burlarse: 6 sentidos > verbo 6, body
SentidoTo smirk contemptuously.
Sinónimomofarse
Generalsonreír afectadamente, sonreír burlonamentesmile affectedly or derisively
Inglésfleer

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