Translation of blab in Spanish:


descubrir el pastel, v.

Pronunciation /blab//blæb/

intransitive verb


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    (reveal secrets)
    descubrir el pastel informal
    levantar la liebre
    levantar la perdiz River Plate
    (intentionally) soplar informal
    (intentionally) chivarse Spain informal
    • Apparently, he had blabbed out to the whole school that Sean was my boyfriend.
    • My tot's secret was blabbed by her nursery nurse.
    • There are going to be a few appearances that night, but I think they're sort of secret so I won't blab.
    • When officials blabbed to reporters and anyone who would listen, they didn't realize that they were aiding and abetting an elaborate ploy to stick it to the CIA.
    • The Appeals Court canned him for blabbing to the press, and threw him off the case, but decided that his verdict hadn't been tainted by bias.
    • There has been a notable level of professionalism about the case, with none of the usual media leaks and no members blabbing too much to get some TV airtime.
    • So go on kids - find yourself a nice juicy secret and blab it all over the place.
    • I wont go blabbing your secrets around the school and I won't tell your guardians,’ he smiled.
    • She can't go blabbing out secrets after the third round of drinks.
    • But tell him I want this handled by people who are reliable, who won't go blabbing to the press.
    • Okay, it doesn't matter, but don't go blabbing about this to the whole world, okay?
    • He thought that he could control the story, yet failed to spot one vital element: unless he blabbed, there was no story.
    • Not long ago one constituent flipped out and started blabbing to the feds and the press.
    • Who do you think would have blabbed about it to the whole school first?
    • If I stand trial, they will put me under a truth potion, and I will blab all kinds of secrets… including yours.
    • Get in the car, or we'll blab to the whole school, and your brother.
    • She had blabbed to the whole world about what he pulled on the boys.
    • I don't know what you know, but, for once, can you not do the sneaky thing, and blab it to the whole world, or post it on your evil blog, or whatever.
    • That's how long it had been since he'd blabbed about the whole movie theater incident.
    • Public servants are obliged to consider whether or not they are blabbing a government secret on a constant basis.
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    parlotear informal
    cotorrear informal
    • Anyway, I should probably stop blabbing and get to work…
    • Otherwise he would keep blabbing away about story, character, acting, drawing, all the while demonstrating with great sketches.
    • The average home user won't know, and even if you tried to explain it to him, he probably wouldn't care any more than you'd care about some guy blabbing on about washing machines.
    • As he blabbed and blabbed I started to daydream.
    • I've never apologized to him for all the things I did, never thanked him for listening to me blab on about what was wrong.
    • Do you realize I've been blabbing away here for almost two hours?
    • Cassie was blabbing about being able to pick locks.
    • The couple proceeded to blab on and on about wedding plans.
    • Wihout any further blabbing from me, please put your hands together for our special guests this evening!
    • But there's a difference between sharing and blabbing.
    • Rave and Rose are sitting in the back of the class while the teacher blabs on about vampires.
    • ‘I must say I didn't expect you to be here for this crime,’ he blabbed.
    • They blab on about this header and that corner, about free kicks, fouls, yellow cards, and sendings off and about players being offside.
    • But anyways, I don't really want to blab on and on.
    • Chris can you stop blabbing and get to the point?
    • Instantly, as if he pressed a ‘talk’ button, I started blabbing without taking a breath.
    • So let the pundits blab on and on about the flavonols and the serotonin production and the endorphins released while eating it.
    • Hunter blabbed the whole way to his house, about this and that, about his classes and how he was upset that I wasn't in any of them.
    • The two of them blabbed the whole night, making it impossible for me to watch television.
    • These guys know how to write a catchy tune, but, occasionally, his lyrics tend to blab on about the typical whiny stuff too much.

transitive verb

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    to blab sth to sb soplarle algo a algn