embustero translation | Spanish-English dictionary



, a  
a       adj  
1    (=mentiroso)   lying
2    persona embustera        (Cono Sur)   person who cannot spell properly  
3      (CAm)   (=altanero)   haughty
b       sm/f   (=mentiroso)   liar
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"embustero": examples and translations in context
Longshadow era un ladrón y un embustero. Yes, magister, it's true. Longshadow was a thief and a liar.
Un embustero, eso es lo que soy. I'm a liar, that's what I am.
Resultaste ser un embustero, deshonesto, malicioso y poco sincero. You proved yourself to be deceitful, dishonest, cunning and insincere.
Daniel Cleaver es un machista embustero... un asqueroso espécimen humano... con quien no compartiría un ascensor y menos un trabajo. Daniel Oleaver is a deceitful, sexist, disgusting specimen of humanity, that I wouldn't share a lift with, let alone a job.
No quiero ningún consejo de un embustero como tu. I don't want advice from a deceiver like you.
Y el que deje de abrazar primero es un embustero. And the one who releases the embrace first will be a deceiver.
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