flirt verb Meaning in the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary
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Meaning of “flirt” - Learner’s Dictionary

flirt

verb [I]
 
 
/flɜːt/
to behave as if you are sexually attracted to someone, usually not in a very serious way: She was flirting with a guy at the bar.Sexual attractionAttractive
Translations of “flirt”
in Arabic يُغازِل…
in Korean 추파를 던지다…
in Malaysian main cinta…
in French flirter…
in Turkish fingirdeşmek, flört etmek, kur yapmak…
in Italian flirtare, amoreggiare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 調情,打情罵俏…
in Russian флиртовать, кокетничать…
in Polish flirtować…
in Vietnamese tán tỉnh, ve vãn…
in Spanish coquetear, flirtear…
in Portuguese paquerar…
in Thai เกี้ยวพาราสี…
in German flirten…
in Catalan flirtejar…
in Japanese (人が異性に)いちゃつく…
in Indonesian bercanda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 调情,打情骂俏…
(Definition of flirt verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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