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Translation of "flatter" - English-Spanish dictionary

flatter

verb   /ˈflæt·ər/
to say nice things to someone to please them, or because you want something from that person halagar, adular He flattered me with his compliments.
be flattered
to feel very pleased and proud sentirse halagado She was flattered by his attention.
(Definition of flatter from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

flatter

verb /ˈflӕtə/
to praise too much or insincerely halagar, adular Flatter him by complimenting him on his singing.
to show, describe etc someone or something as being better than someone etc really is favorecer The photograph flatters him.
to be pleased to say about (oneself) (that one can do something) preciarse de I flatter myself that I can speak French perfectly.
flatterer noun
adulador
flattery noun
insincere praise adulación He refused to be won over by flattery.
(Definition of flatter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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