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Spanish translation of “kid”

kid

verb /kid/ (past tense, past participle kidded)
to deceive or tease, especially harmlessly
bromear, tomar el pelo, hacer creer
We were kidding him about the girl who keeps ringing him up He kidded his wife into thinking he’d forgotten her birthday He didn’t mean that – he was only kidding!
(Definition of kid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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