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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
Translations of “jeer”
in Korean 야유하다…
in Arabic يَسْخَر مِنْ…
in French huer, (se) moquer (de)…
in Italian schernire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嘲笑,嘲弄…
in Russian глумиться, издеваться…
in Turkish alay etmek, yuhalamak…
in Polish szydzić (z), drwić (z)…
in Portuguese zombar, mofar…
in German höhnen, spotten…
in Catalan mofar-se, esbroncar…
in Japanese あざ笑う…
in Chinese (Simplified) 嘲笑,嘲弄…
(Definition of jeer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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