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  • 1 burlarse

    1 to mock (de, -), make fun (de, of), laugh (de, at)
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    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

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    = sneer, deride, scoff, jeer, snicker, snigger.
    Ex. 'Arnold and the others are too sensitive!' he sneered, spreading his hands in a fantastic gesture of disdain.
    Ex. In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.
    Ex. Those inclined to scoff should reflect on the findings of a 1975 study of on-line users: 'Engineers, scientists, and researchers more readily accept the results of online literature searching than they do the results of manual searching' = Aquellos que sienten la inclinación de burlarse deberían reflejarse en los hallazgos de un estudio de 1975 sobre los usuarios conectados en línea: "Los ingenieros, científicos e investigadores aceptan más rápidamente los resultados de la búsqueda en línea de bibliografía especializada que los resultados de la búsqueda manual".
    Ex. Taunts from her Hispanic students spurred a Japanese-American teacher to develop a multicultural unit that helped children appreciate the culture they had previously jeered.
    Ex. It took a little time to get used to the new moniker, and snickering could be heard in certain quarters but those who scoffed have since had to eat their words.
    Ex. Nick then started to snigger evilly behind her back.
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    * burlarse de = poke + fun at, thumb + Posesivo + nose at, make + fun of, flout, sneer at, scoff at.
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    = sneer, deride, scoff, jeer, snicker, snigger.

    Ex: 'Arnold and the others are too sensitive!' he sneered, spreading his hands in a fantastic gesture of disdain.

    Ex: In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.
    Ex: Those inclined to scoff should reflect on the findings of a 1975 study of on-line users: 'Engineers, scientists, and researchers more readily accept the results of online literature searching than they do the results of manual searching' = Aquellos que sienten la inclinación de burlarse deberían reflejarse en los hallazgos de un estudio de 1975 sobre los usuarios conectados en línea: "Los ingenieros, científicos e investigadores aceptan más rápidamente los resultados de la búsqueda en línea de bibliografía especializada que los resultados de la búsqueda manual".
    Ex: Taunts from her Hispanic students spurred a Japanese-American teacher to develop a multicultural unit that helped children appreciate the culture they had previously jeered.
    Ex: It took a little time to get used to the new moniker, and snickering could be heard in certain quarters but those who scoffed have since had to eat their words.
    Ex: Nick then started to snigger evilly behind her back.
    * burlarse de = poke + fun at, thumb + Posesivo + nose at, make + fun of, flout, sneer at, scoff at.

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    ■burlarse verbo reflexivo to mock, make fun [de, of]
    ' burlarse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    consistente
    - burlar
    English:
    constantly
    - deride
    - fun
    - gibe
    - jeer
    - laugh at
    - mock
    - rib
    - ridicule
    - scoff
    - send up
    - sneer
    - tease
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    vpr
    burlarse de to mock;
    burlarse de algo/alguien to mock sth/sb, to make fun of sth/sb;
    burlarse de las leyes to flout the law
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    v/r make fun (de of)
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    vr
    burlarse de : to make fun of, to ridicule
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    burlarse vb to make fun / to tease

    Spanish-English dictionary > burlarse

  • 2 género musical

    (n.) = music genre
    Ex. In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.
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    Ex: In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.

    Spanish-English dictionary > género musical

  • 3 heavy metal

    Ex. In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.
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    Ex: In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.

    Spanish-English dictionary > heavy metal

  • 4 música de discoteca

    (n.) = disco
    Ex. In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.
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    (n.) = disco

    Ex: In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.

    Spanish-English dictionary > música de discoteca

  • 5 música disco

    f.
    disco music, disco.
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    (n.) = disco
    Ex. In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.
    * * *
    (n.) = disco

    Ex: In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.

    Spanish-English dictionary > música disco

  • 6 rap

    m.
    rap (Music).
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    1 rap
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    SM rap, rap music
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    = rap.
    Ex. In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.
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    = rap.

    Ex: In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.

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    rap
    hacer rap to rap
    música rap rap music
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    rap nm
    rap;
    música rap rap music

    Spanish-English dictionary > rap

  • 7 reírse

    1 to laugh (de, at)
    ¿de qué te ríes? what are you laughing at?
    2 (burlarse) to laugh (de, at), make fun (de, of)
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    VPR

    reírse con algo/algn, todos se ríen con sus chistes — everybody laughs at his jokes

    reírse de algn/algo — to laugh at sb/sth

    ¿de qué te ríes? — what are you laughing at?

    2) * (=estar roto)
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    (v.) = snicker, snigger
    Ex. It took a little time to get used to the new moniker, and snickering could be heard in certain quarters but those who scoffed have since had to eat their words.
    Ex. Nick then started to snigger evilly behind her back.
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    reírse(de)
    (v.) = laugh (at), deride, jeer, make + fun of, scoff at

    Ex: Visitors would laugh at the workman's jerking and whirling with the mould, but that was where the skill lay.

    Ex: In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.
    Ex: Taunts from her Hispanic students spurred a Japanese-American teacher to develop a multicultural unit that helped children appreciate the culture they had previously jeered.
    Ex: Never make fun of someone who speaks broken English -- it simply means they know another language you probably ignore.
    Ex: It's time to stop scoffing at those who worry about the budget deficit.

    (v.) = snicker, snigger

    Ex: It took a little time to get used to the new moniker, and snickering could be heard in certain quarters but those who scoffed have since had to eat their words.

    Ex: Nick then started to snigger evilly behind her back.

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    ■reírse verbo reflexivo
    1 to laugh
    (ruidosamente) to guffaw
    2 (tomar a risa, mofarse) to laugh off, make fun of o laugh at sb
    ' reírse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    carcajada
    - despepitarse
    - mondarse
    - gana
    - reír
    English:
    at
    - face
    - fun
    - giggle
    - guffaw
    - laugh at
    - roar
    - scream
    - snigger
    - titter
    - cackle
    - chortle
    - chuckle
    - laugh
    - pooh
    - tease
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    vpr
    to laugh (de at);
    se ríe por cualquier cosa he'll laugh at anything;
    se ríe de sus propios chistes she laughs at her own jokes;
    no te rías, es un asunto muy serio don't laugh, it's a very serious matter;
    se rió en mi propia cara she laughed in my face;
    reírse por lo bajo to snicker, to snigger;
    ¡me río yo de los sistemas de seguridad! I laugh at security systems!, security systems are no obstacle to me!;
    sí, tú ríete de lo feo que es, pero es millonario you can laugh as much as you like at how ugly he is, but the fact is he's a millionaire
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    v/r laugh (de at)
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    vr

    Spanish-English dictionary > reírse

  • 8 reírse (de)

    (v.) = laugh (at), deride, jeer, make + fun of, scoff at
    Ex. Visitors would laugh at the workman's jerking and whirling with the mould, but that was where the skill lay.
    Ex. In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.
    Ex. Taunts from her Hispanic students spurred a Japanese-American teacher to develop a multicultural unit that helped children appreciate the culture they had previously jeered.
    Ex. Never make fun of someone who speaks broken English -- it simply means they know another language you probably ignore.
    Ex. It's time to stop scoffing at those who worry about the budget deficit.

    Spanish-English dictionary > reírse (de)

  • 9 ridiculizar

    v.
    to ridicule.
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    1 to ridicule, deride
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    VT to ridicule, deride
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    verbo transitivo to ridicule
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    = deride, ridicule, make + mockery of, make + a joke about, make + a joke of, put + Nombre + to shame, roast, give + Nombre + a good roasting.
    Ex. In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.
    Ex. Such publications emphasised patriotic material supporting the war and ridiculing the enemy.
    Ex. This makes mockery of the idea of a 'family wage' earned by the man on which wage negotiations and the idea of keeping women out of work are founded.
    Ex. What was pinned up ranged from elaborate and beautifully executed illustrations to longish book reviews either typed or handwritten, and cartoons that made a joke about the book being suggested.
    Ex. This application never crashes or fails, has more intelligent features than any other similar program, and at 5.43 MB for the entire install it makes a joke of Microsoft bloatware.
    Ex. I will rescue the lame and gather those who have been scattered, I will give them praise and honor in every land where they were put to shame.
    Ex. The critics, however, roasted her for playing a tragic French heroine with a flat Midwestern accent.
    Ex. What impressed me was that the rest of the board gave him a good roasting for wasting peoples time.
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    verbo transitivo to ridicule
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    = deride, ridicule, make + mockery of, make + a joke about, make + a joke of, put + Nombre + to shame, roast, give + Nombre + a good roasting.

    Ex: In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.

    Ex: Such publications emphasised patriotic material supporting the war and ridiculing the enemy.
    Ex: This makes mockery of the idea of a 'family wage' earned by the man on which wage negotiations and the idea of keeping women out of work are founded.
    Ex: What was pinned up ranged from elaborate and beautifully executed illustrations to longish book reviews either typed or handwritten, and cartoons that made a joke about the book being suggested.
    Ex: This application never crashes or fails, has more intelligent features than any other similar program, and at 5.43 MB for the entire install it makes a joke of Microsoft bloatware.
    Ex: I will rescue the lame and gather those who have been scattered, I will give them praise and honor in every land where they were put to shame.
    Ex: The critics, however, roasted her for playing a tragic French heroine with a flat Midwestern accent.
    Ex: What impressed me was that the rest of the board gave him a good roasting for wasting peoples time.

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    vt
    to ridicule
    lo ridiculizaba delante de sus amigos she used to ridicule him o make fun of him in front of his friends
    lo ridiculizan por su falta de modales he is often ridiculed o held up to ridicule for his lack of social graces
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    ridiculizar ( conjugate ridiculizar) verbo transitivo
    to ridicule
    ridiculizar verbo transitivo to ridicule
    ' ridiculizar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    deride
    - mockery
    - ridicule
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    to ridicule
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    v/t ridicule
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    ridiculizar {21} vt
    : to ridicule
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    ridiculizar vb to make fun of

    Spanish-English dictionary > ridiculizar

  • 10 rock duro

    m.
    hard rock, heavy rock.
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    (n.) = heavy metal
    Ex. In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.
    * * *

    Ex: In future, this publishing house will explore other subjects within the popular culture sphere, including the UFO phenomenon and widely derided music genres like heavy metal, disco and rap.

    Spanish-English dictionary > rock duro

  • 11 muy ridiculizado

    adj.
    very ridiculed, much-derided, very derided.

    Spanish-English dictionary > muy ridiculizado

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