burlar translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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burlar

  
a       vt  
1    (=engañar)  
  [+persona]  
to deceive, trick  
  [+enemigo]  
to outwit  
  [+vigilancia]  
to defeat  
  [+bloqueo]  
to run
2    (=frustrar)  
  [+ambición, plan]  
to thwart, frustrate  
  [+esperanzas]  
to ruin, frustrate
3    (=seducir)   to seduce
4    *   (=saber usar)   to know how to use, be able to handle  
ya burla la moto      she can handle the bike now *     
b    burlarse      vpr  
1    (=bromear)   to joke, banter  
yo no me burlo      I'm serious, I'm not joking  
2    burlarse de algn      to mock sb, make fun of sb  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
burlar {o} forzar el bloqueo exp.
to run the blockade

Entry related to:bloqueo

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'burlar' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
burlar el sistema
exp.
burlar un bloqueo
exp.
burlar la vigilancia de algn
"burlar": examples and translations in context
Te las ingeniaste para burlar mi sistema de seguridad. You've somehow managed to circumvent my security.
Fue un intento deliberado de burlar mi autoridad. - This was an attempt to circumvent me.
No te puedes burlar de tus amigos de esta forma. Thee cannot mock thy friends this way.
ZPor qué quieres burlar el proceso? Why do you wanna mock the process?
Porque me puedo burlar de ti. That I can make fun of you.
Creen que se pueden burlar de ti. They think you're someone to make fun of.
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