bully

bully
'buli
1. plural - bullies; noun
(a person who hurts or frightens other, weaker people: The fat boy was a bully at school.) matón

2. verb
(to act like a bully towards.) intimidar
bully1 n matón
the school bully el matón del colegio
El plural de bully se escribe bullies
bully2 vb intimidar
don't bully your little brother! ¡no intimides a tu hermanito!
El pasado y participio pasado de bully se escribe bullied; el gerundio se escribe bullying
bully
tr['bʊlɪ]
adjective
1 SMALLAMERICAN ENGLISH/SMALL estupendo,-a
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
bully for you! familiar ¡pues fíjate!
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bully
tr['bʊlɪ]
noun (pl bullies)
1 SMALLSPORT/SMALL (hockey) saque nombre masculino inicial
intransitive verb (pt & pp bullied, ger bullying)
1 SMALLSPORT/SMALL (hockey) hacer el saque inicial
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bully
tr['bʊlɪ]
noun (pl bullies)
1 matón,-ona
transitive verb (pt & pp bullied, ger bullying)
1 (intimidate) intimidar, atemorizar
2 (force, coerce) coaccionar
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to bully somebody into doing something coaccionar a alguien para que haga algo
they bullied him into going lo coaccionaron para que se fuera
bully ['bʊli] vt, -lied ; -lying : intimidar, amendrentar, mangonear
bully n, pl -lies : matón m ; bravucón m , -cona f
bully
adj.
de lo mejor adj.
excelente adj.
n.
abusador s.m.
acuchillador s.m.
baladrón s.m.
braveador, -ora s.m.,f.
espadachín s.m.
fanfarrón s.m.
guapetón s.m.
guapo s.m.
hampón s.m.
jaque s.m.
jaquetón s.m.
majo s.m.
matachín s.m.
matamoros s.m.
matasiete s.m.
matón s.m.
pendenciero s.m.
perdonavidas s.m.
plantista s.m.,f.
terne s.m.
v.
atormentar v.
baladronear v.
bravear v.
fanfarronear v.
fastidiar v.
intimidar v.
roncar v.

I 'bʊli
noun (pl -lies)
a) c (thug, tyrant) matón, -tona m,f, bravucón, -cona m,f
b) c (in field hockey) bully m, salida f

II
-lies, -lying, -lied transitive verb intimidar, matonear (AmL fam)

to bully somebody into something: she bullied him into doing it — lo acosó hasta que lo hizo

Phrasal Verbs:

III
interjection

bully for you/him! — (dated or iro) bravo!


I ['bʊlɪ]
1. N
1) (=person) matón(-ona) m / f , peleón(-ona) m / f
2) (Brit) (Hockey) (also: bully-off) saque m
2.
VT (also: bully around) intimidar

to bully sb into doing sth — intimidar a algn para que haga algo


II * ['bʊlɪ]
1.
ADJ (=first-rate) de primera
2.
EXCL

bully for you! — ¡bravo!


III
* ['bʊlɪ]
N (Mil) (also: bully beef) carne f de vaca conservada en lata
* * *

I ['bʊli]
noun (pl -lies)
a) c (thug, tyrant) matón, -tona m,f, bravucón, -cona m,f
b) c (in field hockey) bully m, salida f

II
-lies, -lying, -lied transitive verb intimidar, matonear (AmL fam)

to bully somebody into something: she bullied him into doing it — lo acosó hasta que lo hizo

Phrasal Verbs:

III
interjection

bully for you/him! — (dated or iro) bravo!


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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