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insinuate

verb /(British ) inˈsinuˌeit; (American) inˈsinuːˌeit/
to suggest something bad or unpleasant in an indirect manner
inasinuar
He insinuated that she was lying.
(formal) to gradually gain someone’s respect, trust, or affection by pretending to be sincere
insinuar
He insinuated himself into Sarah’s affections.
(formal) to slowly move yourself or a part of your body into a particular place
insinuar
He insinuated his arm around her waist.
insinuation noun
insinuación; indirecta
He made an insinuation that my work was not as good as it should be recently.
Translations of “insinuate”
in Chinese (Traditional) 含沙射影地說…
in Russian намекать, сеять сомнения…
in Turkish ima etmek, üstü kapalı anlatmak, sezdirmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 含沙射影地说…
in Polish insynuować…
(Definition of insinuate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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