Spanish Dictionary

Translation of burlar

burlar     to deceive    ; to ridicule    ; to mock    

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Sample sentences:
Tim se estaba burlando del profesor cuando este entró en el salón de clases.

Tim was mocking the teacher when he entered the classroom.
burlar a to make fun of
burlar to mock

I came on time and two hours later I arrived at Tuxla Gutieres. I was always suspicious here and I never knew whom to trust. Somehow I got to the airport a few hours too early but this is better.
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He started to shout and to curse at my wife and me, but we did not give him additional money. I am convinced that he knew exactly that he did not take us to the original hotel but to a fake one.
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Conjugation of burlar
burlo  burlas  burla  burlamos  burláis  burlan  burlaba  burlabas  burlaba  burlábamos  burlabais  burlaban  burlé  burlaste  burló  burlamos  burlasteis  burlaron  burlaré  burlarás  burlará  burlaremos  burlaréis  burlarán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of deceive   [ deceived, deceived ]
Conjugation of mock   [ mocked, mocked ]
Conjugation of ridicule   [ ridiculed, ridiculed ]