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 el bloqueo v.
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
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"burlar": examples and translations in context
Te las ingeniaste para burlar mi sistema de seguridad. You've somehow managed to circumvent my security.
Debemos burlar el panel y desconectar la alarma. We'll circumvent the main panel to shut off the alarm.
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.
- Es posible burlar a un tramposo. - There are ways to outwit a cheat.
Bien, princesa Vespa: Creísteis que podríais burlar a las fuerzas del planeta Spaceballs. So, Princess Vespa, you thought you could outwit the forces of Planet Spaceball.
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