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    burla




burla f

1. banter (behavior)
2. chaff (behavior)
3. circumvention (misleading)
4. derision (mockery)
5. joking (behavior)
6. misleading (circumvention)
7. mockery (general)
8. mockery (derision)
9. persiflage (general)
10. raillery (behavior)
11. scoff (comment)
12. teasing (behavior)
Phrases with burla found: 8  


Spanish-English dictionary
   burlarse de
  flout (anger)
  jeer (mockery)
  make fun of (person)
  mock (person)
  ridicule (person)
  scoff at (mockery)

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   No les permitas burlarse de ti.
  Don't let them make fun of you.

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   El siempre intenta burlar las reglas del juego.
  He always tries to get around the rules of the game.

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   No podía soportar las burlas y estalló.
  He couldn't stand the taunting and he exploded.

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   Ya se había burlado de la ley muchas veces.
  He had already evaded the law many times.

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   Se burla de la muchacha.
  He makes fun of the girl.

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   Yo me burlo de mis propios errores.
  I make fun of my own mistakes.

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   No es correcto burlarse del maestro.
  It is not right to make fun of the teacher.




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