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Translation of "concoct" - English-Spanish dictionary

concoct

verb   /kənˈkɒkt/
to invent a story or explanation in order to deceive someone inventar, tramar He had concocted a web of lies.
to make something unusual, especially food, by mixing things together confeccionar
(Definition of concoct from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

concoct

verb /kənˈkokt, (American) kon-/
to put together, make up or invent inventar I’ve concocted a new drink for you to try The child concocted a story about having been attacked.
concoction /-ʃən/ noun
mejunje, brebaje a concoction consisting of Bourbon, bitters, sugar and citrus.
(Definition of concoct from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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