"burlar" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

burlar
transitive verb
1. to evade (esquivar); to flout (ley)
  • consiguió burlar a sus perseguidores -> she managed to outwit her pursuers
  • burla burlando (figurative) -> without anyone noticing
burlarse
pronomial verb
1. to mock
  • burlarse de algo/alguien -> to mock something/somebody, to make fun of something/somebody
  • burlarse de las leyes -> to flout the law

burlar [boor-lar’]
article & verb transitive
1. To ridicule, to mock, to scoff, to laugh, to burlesque.
2. To hoax, to gibe, to fetch over, to flout, to abuse, to play tricks, to deceive.
3. To destroy one’s hopes.
verb reflexive
4. To jest, to laugh at.
5. To fleer, to gibe, to flout.
  • Yo no me burlo -> I’m not joking
6. Burlarse de, to mock, to ridicule.

burlar
verbo:transitivo
1 (engañar) [+persona] to deceive; trick; [+enemigo] to outwit; [+vigilancia] to defeat; [+bloqueo] to run
2 (frustrar) [+ambición, plan] to thwart; frustrate; [+esperanzas] to ruin; frustrate
3 (seducir) to seduce
4 (saber usar) to know how to use; be able to handle
ya burla la moto she can handle the bike now (familiar)
verbo:pronominal
burlarse
1 (bromear) to joke; banter
yo no me burlo I'm serious; I'm not joking
2
burlarse de algn to mock sb; make fun of sb

Verb Conjugations for "burlar" (go to to trick, to deceive)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Imperfect
Conditional
Future
yo burlo burlé burlaba burlaría burlaré
burlas burlaste burlabas burlarías burlarás
él/ella/Ud. burla burló burlaba burlaría burlará
nosotros burlamos burlamos burlábamos burlaríamos burlaremos
vosotros burláis burlasteis burlabais burlaríais burlaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. burlan burlaron burlaban burlarían burlarán
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