burlar
transitive verb
1. (esquivar) 
a. to evade 
2. (ley) 
a. to flout 
consiguió burlar a sus perseguidoresshe managed to outwit her pursuers
3. (fig) 
burla burlandowithout anyone noticing
burlarse
pronominal verb
4. (general) 
a. to mock 
burlarse de algo/alguiento mock something/somebody, to make fun of something/somebody
burlarse de las leyesto flout the law
burlar
transitive verb
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)
pronominal verb
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
Gerund: burlando
Participle: burlado
Indicative
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yoburloburléburlababurlaríaburlaré
burlasburlasteburlabasburlaríasburlarás
él/ella/Ud.burlaburlóburlababurlaríaburlará
nosotrosburlamosburlamosburlábamosburlaríamosburlaremos
vosotrosburláisburlasteisburlabaisburlaríaisburlaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.burlanburlaronburlabanburlaríanburlarán
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