camelar

camelar
transitive verb
1. (colloquial) (to cajole) (Spain) 
Fernando cameló a la chica con cumplidos para que se fuera con él a su casa.Fernando sweet-talked the girl with compliments into going with him back to his place.
El concursante cameló al jurado con su labia.The contestant won over the jury with his loquacity.
2. (to court) 
La italiana me cameló exagerando su acento y su sonrisa.The Italian woman flirted with me exaggerating her accent and her smile.
camelar
transitive verb
1. (convencer) 
a. to butter up, to win over 
2. (enamorar) 
a. to flirt with 
camelar
transitive verb
1 (persuadir) to cajole; win over
tener camelado a algn to have sb wrapped round one's little finger
2 [+mujer] (flirtear) to flirt with; make up to (familiar); (conquistar) to attract
3 (México) (mirar) to look into; look towards etc; (espiar) to spy on; (perseguir) to pursue; hound
Examples
Verb Conjugations for camelar
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
camelo
camelé
camelaba
camelaría
camelaré
camelas
camelaste
camelabas
camelarías
camelarás
él/ella/Ud.
camela
cameló
camelaba
camelaría
camelará
nosotros
camelamos
camelamos
camelábamos
camelaríamos
camelaremos
vosotros
cameláis
camelasteis
camelabais
camelaríais
camelaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
camelan
camelaron
camelaban
camelarían
camelarán
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