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Meanings of "deceive" in Spanish English Dictionary : 106 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
deceive burlar [v]
deceive engañar [v]
deceive camelear [v]
General
deceive capotear [v]
deceive embelecar [v]
deceive chantar [v]
deceive soflamar [v]
deceive alucinar [v]
deceive atrapar [v]
deceive alucinar [v]
deceive bailarse [v] SV
deceive burlar [v]
deceive calvar [v]
deceive decebir [v] disused
deceive deludir [v]
deceive diluir [v] disused
deceive embaír [v]
deceive enartar [v] disused
deceive encornudar [v]
deceive engañar [v]
deceive fascinar [v]
deceive gitanear [v] derog.
deceive iludir [v]
deceive torear [v]
deceive decebir [v] disused
deceive iludir [v]
deceive palomear [v] CAR
deceive tramoyar [v] CAR
deceive imbunchar [v] CL
deceive caimanear [v] LAM
deceive chivar [v]
deceive calvar [v]
deceive deludir [v]
deceive bolear [v] NI UY
deceive embaír [v]
deceive embaucar [v]
deceive embudar [v]
deceive fascinar [v]
deceive encajar [v]
deceive estafar [v]
deceive entrampar [v]
deceive mentir [v]
deceive petardear [v]
deceive meter [v]
deceive trufar [v]
deceive seducir [v]
deceive trampear [v]
deceive frustrar [v]
deceive desengañar [v]
deceive caramelear [v] CO
deceive carnear [v] MX derog.
deceive descrestar [v] CO
deceive embrollar [v] PY UY
deceive empaquetar [v] AR
deceive engorgoritar [v] ES local
deceive ensartar [v] MX HN NI PE BO CL PY AR UY
deceive majear [v] MX
Idioms
deceive meterla doblada [v]
deceive irse alguien arriba [v] NI
deceive arrimar el clavo [v] disused
deceive diñársela a alguien [v]
Colloquial
deceive perrear [v] AR
deceive liar [v]
deceive engrupir [v] CL AR
deceive vender la pomada [v]
deceive chalaquear [v]
deceive dar el pego [v]
deceive camelar [v]
deceive capear [v]
deceive trapisondear [v]
deceive clavar [v]
deceive emprimar [v]
deceive enclavar [v]
deceive enflautar [v]
deceive engaitar [v]
deceive engaritar [v]
deceive engatar [v]
deceive engatusar [v]
deceive mechificar [v] CAR
deceive bellaquear [v]
deceive engrupir  [v] AR
deceive hacer una arruga [v] ANS
deceive pichulear [v]
deceive atrapar [v]
deceive clavar el chasco [v] CO VE
deceive clavar [v]
deceive cuentear [v] HN SV CR
deceive dar dado falso [v] disused
deceive echar dado falso [v] disused
deceive domar [v] SV
deceive emprimar [v]
deceive enflautar [v]
deceive engaitar [v]
deceive engaritar [v]
deceive engatar [v]
deceive engrupir [v] CL AR UY
deceive dar gatazo [v]
deceive descargar la guanota [v] VE
deceive llevarse por delante a alguien o algo [v]
Slang
deceive encantar [v] delinq.
Business
deceive engañar [v]
Law
deceive defraudar [v]
deceive traicionar [v]
deceive engañar [v]
deceive inducir a engaño [v]
Technical
deceive inducir a error [v]

Meanings of "deceive" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 131 result(s)

English Spanish
Conjugations
you deceive engaña [v]
Common
deceive oneself burlarse [v]
General
gesture or movement to deceive distract llamada [f]
deceive oneself engañarse [v]
simple and naive person (easy to deceive) bolsudo [m] CO VE PE BO CL AR
person who is cunning and difficult to deceive colmilludo [m] MX PR
simple and naive person (easy to deceive) bolsuda [f] CO VE PE BO CL AR
slyness and cunning used to deceive or cheat hermenéutica [f] DO
imbecile, slow and easy to deceive person busaca [m/f] CO VE CL
person who tends to deceive or swindle others, often by pretending to have influence that they don't actually have chanta [m/f] CL PY AR UY
cunning, discreet, and able to deceive or obtain some benefit espueludo [adj] CR DO PR
cunning and difficult to deceive colmilludo [adj] MX PR
deceive oneself engañarse [v]
cheat or deceive fingir [v]
deceive oneself engañarse a uno mismo [v]
deceive someone pegársela a alguien [v]
deceive a person meter un gol a una persona [v]
deceive when delivering drugs (among drug dealers) aplicarla [v] VE
deceive somebody atrinquiñar [v] PR
deceive somebody babosear [v] GT HN SV NI
deceive someone cubicar [v] PR
deceive under false pretenses cuentear [v] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA CO EC PE BO CL AR
underhandedly deceive someone culebrear [v] PR
deceive someone by making empty promises entucar [v] EC
deceive someone with lies or falsehoods envolatar [v] CO
deceive someone cazuelearse [v] CL
deceive someone caramelear [v] CO
act dumb in order to deceive someone guajear [v] MX
deceive or make fun of someone cojudear [v] PE
deceive using flattery embelequear [v] HN NI DO PR
deceive oneself dormirse [v] MX GT HN SV CU
cunning arts used to deceive fullería [f]
deceive oneself alucinarse [v]
deceive artfully trapacear [v]
deceive artfully engañar [v]
deceive artfully timar [v]
imbecile, slow and easy to deceive person bolso [m] CO VE CL
deceive someone barajar [v] SV
Idioms
wink or gift given to try to please or deceive someone who is angry pasada de mano [f] PE BO
deceive someone quedarse con alguien [v]
deceive someone dársela a alguien con queso [v]
deceive someone pegársela a alguien con queso [v]
deceive someone dejar fresco a alguien [v]
deceive someone jugársela a alguien [v]
deceive oneself llamarse a engaño [v]
deceive someone dar brega a alguien [v]
deceive someone dar cañazo a alguien [v]
deceive someone hacer la pirula a alguien [v]
deceive someone hacer leso a alguien [v] SCN
deceive someone dar un chasco a alguien [v]
deceive someone comer el tarro a alguien [v]
deceive someone embocar algo a alguien [v]
deceive someone llevarse a alguien al huerto [v]
deceive someone hacer guaje a alguien [v]
deceive someone dar changüí a alguien [v]
deceive someone dárselas a alguien con queso [v]
deceive someone dar el pufo a alguien [v]
deceive someone dar un timo a alguien [v]
deceive someone fumárselo a alguien [v] LAM
deceive someone diñársela a alguien [v]
deceive someone by trickery meter la mula a alguien [v]
deceive someone meter la mula a alguien [v]
deceive someone taparle el cielo con un harnero a alguien [v]
deceive someone tomar a alguien por primo [v]
deceive someone torear a alguien [v]
deceive someone vendar los ojos a alguien [v]
deceive someone vender la moto [v]
deceive someone vender un buzón a alguien [v] SCN
to deceive dar atole con el dedo [v] MX HN
plot to deceive somebody amarrar la balsa [v] EC:W
deceive someone with false promises dar atol con el dedo [v] GT HN SV NI
deceive someone with false promises dar atolillo con el dedo [v] CR
deceive someone with false promises dar atole con el dedo [v] MX HN
plan to deceive someone amarrar la balsa [v] EC:W
deceive or lie with the intention of taking advantage of a situation andar con la del bandido [v] CL derog.
deceive someone (especially fraud) vender un buzón [v] AR UY
falsify a situation to deceive or trick somebody hacer baja [v] CL
deceive someone clavar el cacho [v] VE
deceive someone darle la mala [v] CU
deceive by giving someone the wrong item dar gato por ñeco [v] HN
deceive someone dejar chato [v] MX
deceive someone dejar jalando el fuelle [v] VE disused
deceive someone dar balón [v] SV
deceive with false promises dar atol con el dedo [v] GT HN SV NI
deceive with false promises dar atole con el dedo [v] MX HN
deceive a person echarle un cubo [v] DO
trick or deceive with skill dar changüí [v] DO
deceive someone hacer de chivo los tamales [v] MX GT HN SV
fool or deceive someone irse de chicagüita [v] SV
deceive to get something hacer el verso [v] AR UY
skillfully deceive someone to avoid having to do something determined jugar cabeza [v] CU
try to deceive a person or a group of them, especially family and friends jugar a los bandidos [v] CL rare
try to deceive someone who is defensive querer engañar al agua [v] NI
deceive someone comerle el tarro a alguien [v]
deceive someone comerle el coco a alguien [v]
try to deceive someone ver las huevas [v] EC BO CL
Speaking
don't deceive yourself no te engañes a ti mismo
Phrasals
deceive someone into something embaucar a alguien para que haga algo [v]
deceive someone into something engañar a alguien para que haga algo [v]
deceive someone with something engañar a alguien con algo [v]
Colloquial
the use of tricks to deceive or cheat someone amañamiento [m]
trick to deceive cancamusa [f]
artful flattery or caress intended to deceive candonga [f]
person who tends to deceive or swindle others, often by pretending to have influence that they don't actually have chantapufi [m/f] AR UY
easy to deceive or convince buenudo  [adj] AR
deceive a person telling lies cuentear [v] MX
deceive someone dar la castaña a alguien [v]
deceive someone fumárselo a alguien [v]
deceive someone dar pájara a alguien [v] ANS
deceive a person pichulear [v]
deceive someone embojotar [v] LAM
deceive oneself caerse a cobas [v] VE
deceive oneself caerse a embustes [v] VE
deceive one another caerse a embustes [v] VE
deceive oneself caerse a mentiras [v] VE
deceive one another caerse a mentiras [v] VE
deceive somebody cambiar la carne por el cuero [v] HN
deceive someone dar balón [v] SV
lie or deceive somebody to impress him/her camelear [v] AR
scam or deceive somebody caminar [v] AR
deceive someone with lies in order to obtain something from them entongar [v] AR
deceive someone fumar [v] BO AR rare
easy to deceive or convince buenuda  [adj/f] AR
Proverbs
appearances deceive las apariencias engañan [old-fashioned]
you can't deceive me (I know you well enough) quien no te conozca, que te compre
Slang
deceive one's partner cagar [v] CL UY
deceive someone hacer guaje [v] MX
try to deceive someone verle la cara [v] MX GT PR EC PE BO
Law
intent to deceive dolo civil
intent to deceive animus decipiendi
Airport Terms
easy to deceive cándido [adj]