English translation of 'abuchear'
Verb Table transitive verb
to boo ⧫ jeer at
ser abucheado (Theatre) to be booed ⧫ be hissed (at)
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José Sacristán preguntó " desde qué clase de libertad se puede abuchear a alguien que canta en su idioma ".La Vanguardia (1997)
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Used Rarely. abuchear is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'abuchear' in Other Languages
British English: boo VERB
If you boo a speaker or performer, you shout 'boo' or make other loud sounds to indicate that you do not like them, their opinions, or their performance.
People were booing and throwing things at them.
He was booed off the stage.
British English: jeer VERB
To jeer at someone means to say rude and insulting things to them to show that you do not like or respect them.
Marchers jeered at white passers-by.
Translation of abuchear from the Collins Spanish to English Dictionary