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Definición de “jeer” en inglés

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jeer

verb [I/T]  /dʒɪər/ us  
to laugh or shout insults at someone; to ridicule: [I] Striking workers jeered at those who crossed the picket line.
jeer
noun [C]  /dʒɪər/ us  
a shouted insult or laughter ridiculing someone: We were surprised to hear jeers from our own fans.
Traducciones de “jeer”
en coreano 야유하다…
en árabe يَسْخَر مِنْ…
en francés huer, (se) moquer (de)…
en turco alay etmek, yuhalamak…
en italiano schernire…
en chino (tradicionál) 嘲笑,嘲弄…
en ruso глумиться, издеваться…
en polaco szydzić (z), drwić (z)…
en español abuchear, burlarse, mofarse…
en portugués zombar, mofar…
en alemán höhnen, spotten…
en catalán mofar-se, esbroncar…
en japonés あざ笑う…
en chino (simplificado) 嘲笑,嘲弄…
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