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Hindi translation of 'bluff'

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bluff

/blʌf ब्लफ़्/
Word forms: bluffs, bluffing, bluffed
1. variable noun
A bluff is an attempt to make someone believe that you will do something when you do not really intend to do it.
झांसा mnझूठा आश्वासन mn
The letter was a bluff. ...a game of bluff.

2. phrase
If you call someone's bluff, you tell them to do what they have been threatening to do, because you are sure that they will not really do it.
चुनौती देना

3. transitive or intransitive verb
If you bluff, you try to make someone believe that you will do something although you do not really intend to do it, or that you know something when you really do not know it.
झांसा देना/ठगना
Either side, or both, could be bluffing. He tried to bluff his way through another test.

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Example Sentences Including 'bluff'

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Yet his bluff and phlegmatic exterior was to some extent illusory.
Ziegler, Philip King Edward VIII - The Official Biography (1990)
He will use a bluff call to make contact with the target telephone and not hang up when the target does.
Croft, James Corporate Cloak and Dagger (1994)
The consumer spending crisis has now called their bluff.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
But I didn't expect to find myself wobbling with fear when they called my bluff.
The Sun (2016)
Call their bluff, get them in and ask their advice.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Do we call a possible bluff?
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Just like playing poker, it's all about bluffing.
The Sun (2015)
The bluff exterior conceals one of the sharpest political brains for hire.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The show's executives called her bluff and she walked out.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
You have to call his bluff.
The Sun (2010)
You know when others are doing it to you, so call their bluff.
The Sun (2016)
He says: 'They know that you know and it becomes a big game of bluff.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
It was obvious his agent was trying to cook up a 10m offer but we called his bluff and his game soon went off the boil.
The Sun (2015)
This could be a great game of bluff.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
According to the world of movies and soap opera, poker is all about bluffing.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
He is a man of little bluff and much nous.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Is she bluffing to get attention?
The Sun (2017)
It's time we called their bluff.
The Sun (2016)
Let's call their bluff and see what happens.
The Sun (2015)
The failure of computers to call our bluff is conclusive evidence that we are still on the winning team.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Then came a game of bluff with his club spread over two weeks.
The Sun (2006)
They don't bluff about their toughness and certainly eschew the model of the stoical, macho male.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Instead they have all called his bluff, and rightly so.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
It's time to call their bluff.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
This amounts to little more than a game of blind man 's bluff.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He was absolutely right about my bluffing.
Christianity Today (2000)
The three or four monastery buildings stood alone on a grassy bluff above the river.
Marsden, Philip The Crossing-Place (1993)

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'bluff' in Other Languages

British English: bluff /blʌf/ NOUN
A bluff is an attempt to make someone believe that you will do something when you do not really intend to do it.
The letter was a bluff.
  • American English: bluff
  • Arabic: خِدَاع
  • Brazilian Portuguese: blefe
  • Chinese: 诈骗
  • Croatian: blef
  • Czech: bluf
  • Danish: bluf
  • Dutch: bluf
  • European Spanish: farol
  • Finnish: bluffi
  • French: bluff
  • German: Bluff
  • Greek: μπλόφα
  • Italian: bluff
  • Japanese: 虚勢
  • Korean: 엄포
  • Norwegian: bløffmaker
  • Polish: blef
  • European Portuguese: bluff
  • Romanian: bluf
  • Russian: обман
  • Latin American Spanish: farol
  • Swedish: bluff
  • Thai: การแกล้งตั้งใจทำบางสิ่ง
  • Turkish: blöf
  • Ukrainian: блеф
  • Vietnamese: sự lừa gạt
British English: bluff /blʌf/ VERB
If you bluff, you try to make someone believe that you will do something although you do not really intend to do it, or that you know something when you do not really know it.
Either side, or both, could be bluffing.
He tried to bluff his way through another test.
  • American English: bluff
  • Arabic: يَخْدَعُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: blefar
  • Chinese: 诈骗
  • Croatian: blefirati
  • Czech: blufovat
  • Danish: bluffe
  • Dutch: bluffen
  • European Spanish: marcarse un farol
  • Finnish: bluffata
  • French: bluffer
  • German: bluffen
  • Greek: μπλοφάρω
  • Italian: bluffare
  • Japanese: 虚勢を張る
  • Korean: 허세를 부리다
  • Norwegian: bløffe
  • Polish: zablefować
  • European Portuguese: fazer bluff
  • Romanian: a blufa
  • Russian: вводить в заблуждение
  • Latin American Spanish: fanfarronear
  • Swedish: bluffa
  • Thai: แกล้งตั้งใจทำ
  • Turkish: blöf yapmak
  • Ukrainian: блефувати
  • Vietnamese: lừa gạt

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