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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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