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Translation of "lie" - English-Spanish dictionary

lie

noun /lai/
a false statement made with the intention of deceiving mentira It would be a lie to say I knew, because I didn’t. liar /ˈlaiə/ noun a person who tells lies, especially as a habit mentiroso You can’t trust what she says – she’s such a liar. lie detector /ˈlai diˌtektə/ noun a piece of equipment used to show whether someone is telling the truth; polygraph detector de mentiras see also lay1.
Translations of “lie”
in Arabic كَذِب…
in Korean 거짓말…
in Malaysian bohong…
in French mensonge…
in Turkish yalan, aslı astarı olmayan söz/yazı…
in Italian bugia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 謊話,瞎話…
in Russian ложь…
in Polish kłamstwo…
in Vietnamese lời nói dối…
in Portuguese mentira…
in Thai คำโกหก…
in German die Lüge…
in Catalan mentida…
in Japanese うそ…
in Indonesian dusta…
in Chinese (Simplified) 谎话,瞎话…
(Definition of lie from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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