lambe is a conjugated form of the verb lamber - View Conjugation

lamber

usage note
This word may also be spelled “lambear.”
lamber
transitive verb
1. (to pass the tongue over) (Latin America) 
a. to lick 
A los niños les gusta lamber los cucuruchos en verano.The children like licking ice cream cones in the summer.
2. (to flatter) (Bolivia) (Colombia) (Mexico) 
a. to fawn on (colloquial) 
La dependienta lambe a todas las clientas para convencerlas de que compren la ropa que se prueban.The clerk fawns on all the clients to convince them to buy the clothes they try on.
b. to suck up to (colloquial) 
Deja de lamber al profesor. Tus halagos no te ganarán una calificación más alta.Stop sucking up to the teacher. Your flattery won't earn you a higher grade.
lamber
transitive verb
(Latinoamérica)
2 (adular) to fawn on; suck up to (familiar)
Verb Conjugations for lamber
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
lambo
lambí
lambía
lambería
lamberé
lambes
lambiste
lambías
lamberías
lamberás
él/ella/Ud.
lambe
lambió
lambía
lambería
lamberá
nosotros
lambemos
lambimos
lambíamos
lamberíamos
lamberemos
vosotros
lambéis
lambisteis
lambíais
lamberíais
lamberéis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
lamben
lambieron
lambían
lamberían
lamberán
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