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Translation of "jeer" - English-Spanish dictionary

jeer

verb   /dʒɪər/
to laugh at someone and shout bad things mofarse, abuchear The crowd outside his house jeered as he left.
(Definition of jeer from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

jeer

verb /dʒiə/
to shout at or laugh at rudely or mockingly abuchear He was jeered as he tried to speak to the crowds.
(with at) to make fun of (someone) rudely burlarse, mofarse He’s always jeering at her stupidity.
jeering adjective
mocking or scornful burlón a jeering crowd.
jeeringly adverb
burlonamente
(Definition of jeer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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