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mock / mofarse de
 
mock   [mɒk]
A. -transitive verb
(=ridicule)   mofarse de,   burlarse de
(=mimic)   imitar,   remedar
·you shouldn't mock other people'noun beliefs
·no hay que mofarse or burlarse de las creencias de la gente
B. -intransitive verb   mofarse,   burlarse
·to mock [at] something/somebody
·mofarse de algo/somebody, someone,   burlarse de algo/somebody, someone
C. -adjective
(=feigned)   [solemnity, terror]   fingido,   simulado
(=imitation)   [leather, fur]   de imitaciónoun
·in mock [despair]
·fingiendo desesperaciónoun
·in mock [horror]
·fingiendo estar horrorizado
D. -noun
1. ·to [make] a mock of something
·poner algo en ridículo
2. mocks
(British, Great Britain)   (school)   *   exámenes masculine plural de prueba
E. -compound
·mock battle   -noun   simulacro (m) (de batalla)
·mock exam   -noun   examen (m) de prueba
·mock orange   -noun   (botany)   jeringuilla (f),   celinda (f)
·mock trial   -noun   juicio (m) de prueba
 
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