Traducción de derisive en español:


burlón, adj.

Pronunciación /dəˈraɪsɪv/ /dɪˈrʌɪsɪv/ /dɪˈrʌɪzɪv/

Ver definición en español de burlón


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    (smile/laughter) burlón
    (attitude/remark) desdeñoso y burlón
    they were derisive about / of my attempts at poetry se burlaron de mis intentos de hacer poesía
    • At the time, I took those words to heart, mostly because there was no voice in the media to simply laugh out loud in derisive response.
    • If all goes well next weekend, his reign might end not with a bang but a derisive laugh.
    • He gave a short, derisive laugh, but the gleam in his eyes was bitter.
    • It was a short, derisive laugh, and I smiled in a confused manner at my phone.
    • Even raising the issue draws derisive and dismissive responses.
    • To this end, helpful responses are mildly sardonic, while acerbic comments are scathing, derisive insults.
    • Then, with an inner laugh, knowing how this would affect her, he turned and gave her a derisive sneer.
    • Their methods are always very slick and their message is always consistent and it's always delivered with the requisite derisive tone.
    • This is probably where the derisive humor begins it's arc.
    • He was abusive, debauched, arrogant, derisive, intolerant, and possibly the loneliest man who ever lived.
    • Howard apparently ‘raised derisive chuckles at least a dozen times’.
    • He is not expecting any derisive letters in his mail.
    • Answers can be serious, solemn, pithy, witty, biting, derisive, belittling…
    • Something unhealthy in our political system causes each president to be portrayed in the most vicious and derisive terms.
    • But the most derisive comments of all were reserved for my arguments about the moral and legal restraints on the early colonists.
    • You can add our derisive noises to the swelling chorus.
    • In the interest of sparing feelings I have closed this entry to further derisive comments.
    • They were candidly surprised by how well it all turned out and my office no longer elicits derisive or doubting commentary.
    • For better or worse, the current tone is skeptical, derisive and gross.
    • People tend to be cynical and derisive towards romantic comedies.