disfrazar

¿Por qué se ha disfrazado como la abuela de mi suegra?
Why are you disguised as the grandmother of my wife's mother?
Se ha disfrazado de húsar.
He's dressed up as a cavalryman.
¿De qué se ha disfrazado, teniente?
What are you made up for, Lieutenant?
No podemos diferenciar a un Yoma del resto una vez que se ha disfrazado de humano.
We can't tell Yoma apart from us once they disguise themselves as humans.
Guiada por su "Andersen-manía", Margaret Thatcher se ha disfrazado de sirenita para hacernos creer que si les damos a los "trabajadores desechables" unos cuantos complementos, algo de formación y una rápida reinserción, estaremos dándoles más seguridad.
It is 'Andersen-mania', Margaret Thatcher disguised as the little mermaid to make us think that if we give 'disposable workers' a few allowances, some training and rapid re-integration we are making them more secure.
Mi editor, junto con Publius uno de los últimos representantes de una época maldita, se ha disfrazado aceptablemente de sátiro. Está en la barra y se balancea cuidadosamente al ritmo de la música.
My publisher, like Publius one of the last exemplars of an enchanted world, stands at the bar and sways cautiously in time with the loud music. He's dressed somewhat plausibly as a satyr.
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