English translation of 'mofarse'
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De verdad se necesitan estos atributos para ahora mofarse del general Franco al cual tanto, tantísimo le debe el señor marqués.La Vanguardia (1997)
Duchamp utiliza el cubismo para mofarse del cubismo y del arte en general.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Ni Lorenzo Sanz ha aprovechado para mofarse de sus " enemigos ", ha estado ponderado.La Vanguardia (1997)
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'mofarse' in Other Languages
British English: mock /mɒk/ VERB
If you mock someone, you laugh at them, tease them, or try to make them look foolish.
I thought you were mocking me.
- American English: mock
- Arabic: يَسْخَرُ مِنَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ridicularizar
- Chinese: 嘲笑
- Croatian: rugati se
- Czech: zesměšnit
- Danish: håne
- Dutch: spotten met
- European Spanish: mofarse
- Finnish: pilkata
- French: se moquer
- German: verspotten
- Greek: χλευάζω
- Italian: deridere
- Japanese: あざける
- Korean: 놀리다
- Norwegian: latterliggjøre
- Polish: wyśmiewać
- European Portuguese: ridicularizar
- Romanian: a râde
- Russian: насмехаться
- Spanish: mofarse
- Swedish: förlöjliga
- Thai: เยาะเย้ย
- Turkish: alay etmek
- Ukrainian: копіювати
- Vietnamese: coi thường
British English: jibe VERB
To jibe means to say something rude or insulting which is intended to make another person look foolish.
No doubt he'll give me the chance to fight him again', he jibed, tongue in cheek.
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