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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "teasing" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 46 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
General
teasing carena [f]
teasing matraca [f]
teasing guasa [f]
teasing zumba [f]
teasing gamberro [adj]
teasing guasón [adj]
teasing zumbón [adj]
teasing burlón [adj]
teasing vacile [m]
teasing gamberra [adj/f]
teasing guasona [adj/f]
teasing zumbona [adj/f]
teasing burlona [adj/f]
teasing bromista [adj]
teasing burlesco [adj]
teasing embromador [adj]
teasing fumista [adj]
teasing zumba  [f] AMER
teasing bacilada [f] PA EC
teasing pendejada [f] BO:W
teasing vacilón [adj]
teasing burlesco [adj]
teasing cherchero [adj] DO VE
teasing cherchoso [adj] DO
teasing bacilón [m] HN NI CU VE EC
teasing tandeo [m] CL
teasing tandeo [m] CL
teasing teasing (inglés) [m] PR
teasing chivita [expr] CR
teasing guachinango [adj] PR
Colloquial
teasing candonga [f]
teasing carena [f]
teasing fisgón [adj]
teasing chafalditero [adj]
teasing chirrisco [adj] MX
teasing candonguero [adj]
teasing chungón [adj]
teasing guasón [adj]
teasing cachondeo [m]
teasing recochineo [m]
teasing choteo [m]
teasing fisgona [adj/f]
teasing chafalditera [adj/f]
Engineering
teasing carmenadura [f]
teasing movimiento lento del rotor
Aeronautics
teasing pitorreo [m]

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "teasing" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 21 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
General
teasing person cherchera [f] DO VE
teasing person cherchosa [f] DO
teasing (person) chuzmero [adj] PR
constantly teasing others relajado [adj] DO
teasing person cherchero [m] DO VE
teasing person cherchoso [m] DO
teasing of hair teasing (inglés) [m] PR
teasing (wool/silk) carmenadura [f]
challenging and teasing a bull with a cloak capeo [m]
Idioms
stop bothering and teasing someone dejar el pugilato [v] PR
Colloquial
a person who makes fun of other people frequently, with deceits or teasing baciladora [f] VE
a continuous or reiterated teasing baciladera [f] PA VE
teasing to offend pifia [f] MX EC BO:E AR
be in teasing mood estar vacilón [v]
be the object of teasing or joking gastar [v] AR
only teasing! ¡éjele! [interj] MX
hair teasing batido [m] BO PY UY
a person who makes fun of other people frequently, with deceits or teasing bacilador [m] VE
Business
equipment teasing arrendamiento de equipo
Textile
teasing-machine máquina de cardar paño [f]
Folklore
(in popular tradition) mischievous and teasing fantastic character, short in stature, wearing a large hat and one hand made of wool the other of steel, of spanish origin duende [m] DO AR:Nw