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Translation of "tease" - English-Spanish dictionary

tease

verb   /tiːz/ ( present participle teasing, past tense and past participle teased)
to laugh at someone or say bad things to them burlarse de, meterse con They were teasing Dara about her new haircut.
(Definition of tease from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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