Translation of charlatan in Spanish:


charlatán, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʃɑrlədən/ /ˈʃɑrlətn/ /ˈʃɑːlət(ə)n/


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    charlatán masculine
    charlatana feminine
    • Take the case of the charlatan who claims to transmit thoughts at a distance.
    • I'm either a liar, a cheat, and a charlatan, or I'm crazy, and I have these weird visions that are purely from my imagination.
    • They are all a bunch of charlatans and confidence men.
    • The quacks and charlatans, after all, may not be worth much in terms of delivering on their promises.
    • He despised quacks and charlatans because he admired the power of thought and reason so profoundly.
    • This is confirmed by the long history of charlatans and quacks who appear highly plausible to the public, but not to experienced doctors.
    • They are being led by hypocrites at best, charlatans and con men at worse.
    • I saw myself protecting poetry against the pretenders, the charlatans, the fakers.
    • If we do not expose him for a fraud and a charlatan we give him credibility.
    • Unless, of course, you want to be unmasked for the charlatan and scoundrel you are.
    • But even apart from the reactionary content of their politics, the dearth of substantive analysis brands them as charlatans and imposters.
    • Please, please keep up the good work exposing the ever-increasing hoards of quacks and charlatans out there.
    • Its history is littered with crooks, con men and charlatans.
    • The team does not feel the average person today is as ignorant toward shams and charlatans as they might have been just ten years ago.
    • But then we'd expect that - the same thing happened to Newton without him being considered a charlatan or a fraud.
    • We are a laid back people - yet we're not a dumb people, and we will not be fooled by a political charlatan such as yourself.
    • Whoever promises a quick and easy solution is either a fool, a charlatan or a demagogue.
    • So he was a liar and a charlatan, every magician is.
    • That man was proclaimed a fool, a crook and a charlatan up and down the country.
    • Was he the charlatan and opportunist many still claim him to be?