bully
noun
1. (thug) 
The bully smacked me on the head and stole my money.El abusador me dio un coscorrón y me robó el dinero.
I tried to defend myself against the school bully.Traté de defenderme del matón de mi escuela.
You don't have to be a bully to get what you want.No tienes que ser un bravucón para conseguir lo que quieres.
transitive verb
2. (to intimidate) 
a. intimidar 
She bullied him into doing what she wanted.Lo intimidó para que hiciera lo que ella quería.
b. no direct translation 
He was being bullied at school.Estaba sufriendo acoso escolar.
The teacher said Eve has been bullying her friends.La profesora dijo que Eve estuvo intimidando a sus amigos.
bully
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el matón(ona) (M)la matón(ona) (F) 
2. (at school) 
a. el abusón(ona) (M)la abusón(ona) (F) (Spain) 
b. el abusador(ora) (M)la abusador(ora) (F) (Latin America) 
interjection
3. (ironic) 
a. no direct translation 
bully for you!¡toma ya!
transitive verb
4. (general) 
a. intimidar 
to bully somebody into doing somethingintimidar a alguien para que haga algo
bully [ˈbʊlɪ]
noun
1 (person) matónonamatona (m) (f);ona matona peleónonapeleona (m) (f);ona peleona
2 (Britain) (Hockey) (also bully-off) saque (m)
transitive verb
(also bully around) intimidar
to bully sb into doing sth intimidar a algn para que haga algo
bully [ˈbʊlɪ]
adjective
(first-rate) de primera
interjection
bully for you! ¡bravo!
bully [ˈbʊlɪ]
noun
(Mil) (also bully beef) carne (f) de vaca conservada en lata
Phrases with "bully"
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Why do you bully me?
¿Por qué me intimidas?
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