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Translation of "mock" - English-Spanish dictionary

mock

verb   /mɒk/
to laugh at someone in a way that is not kind burlarse de The other children mocked him whenever he spoke.
(Definition of mock from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mock

verb /mok/
to laugh at or cause to seem ridiculous burlarse They mocked her efforts at cooking.
mockery noun
an act of making fun of something burla, parodia She could not bear the mockery of the other children.
mocking adjective
burlón a mocking laugh.
mockingly adverb
de forma burlona
(Definition of mock from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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