English translation of 'bluffer'
Example Sentences Including 'bluffer'
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Afin de bluffer le Tout-Paris et, à partir de rien, créer l'événement.Marie Claire
Et celui qui a le meilleur jeu a gagné, sans même avoir à bluffer.Le Monde (2000)
Je suis ravi qu'un ensemble français ait pu bluffer ainsi les Américains.Le Monde (2002)
Peut-être pour me bluffer, mais comme ça, au moins, j'étais au courant.Le Monde (2000)
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'bluffer' in Other Languages
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
- Spanish: fanfarronear
- Swedish: bluffa
- Thai: แกล้งตั้งใจทำ
- Turkish: blöf yapmak
- Ukrainian: блефувати
- Vietnamese: lừa gạt
Translation of bluffer from the Collins French to English
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