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1(nonsense)sandeces feminine informalpendejadas Southern Cone Latin America vulgar slanggilipolleces feminine Spain slanghuevadas feminine Andes Venezuela vulgar slangboludeces feminine River Plate Colombia vulgar slangmamadas feminine Mexico vulgar slangshe says he's rich — bullshit! — dice que es rico — ¡qué coño va a ser rico ese! vulgar slang
intransitive verbbullshitted, bullshitting
1(talk nonsense)decir sandecessee bullshit
2(boast, brag)tirarse un farol informalmandarse la(s) parte(s) Southern Cone informal
transitive verbbullshitted, bullshitting
1don't bullshit me! — ¡no me vengas con sandeces!
- he tried to bullshit me with some excuse — trató de engañarme con no sé qué excusas
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