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bluff / escarpado
bluff   1   [blʌf]
A. -adjective
1. [cliff etcetera]   escarpado
2. [person]   franco,   directo
B. -noun   (geography)   risco (m),   peñasco (m)
bluff / farol
bluff   2   [blʌf]
A. -noun
(=act of bluffing)   farol (m),   bluff (m)
a. to call somebody'noun bluff   poner a somebody, someone en evidencia
B. -transitive verb
(=deceive by pretending)   engañar,   embaucar
·to bluff it out by ...
·salvar la situaciónoun haciendo creer que ...
C. -intransitive verb   farolear,   tirarse un farol Spain Spain
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