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Translation of "tease" - English-Spanish dictionary

tease

verb /tiːz/
to annoy or irritate on purpose molestar, irritar; provocar, picar He’s teasing the cat.
to annoy or laugh at (a person) playfully tomar el pelo; meterse con alguien; reírse de alguien His school-friends tease him about his size.
teaser noun
a puzzle or difficult problem rompecabezas This question is rather a teaser.
a person who teases. bromista, provocador
teasingly adverb
in a teasing manner. de broma
(Definition of tease from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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