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bluff1 British & World English

An attempt to deceive someone into believing that one can or is going to do something

bluff2 British & World English

Direct in speech or behaviour but in a good-natured way

bluff3 British & World English

A steep cliff, bank, or promontory

Pine Bluff British & World English

An industrial city in southeastern Arkansas, on the Arkansas River, site of a large arsenal; population 50,408 (est. 2008)

double bluff British & World English

An action or statement that is intended to appear as a bluff but is in fact genuine

call someone's bluff British & World English

Challenge someone to carry out a stated intention, in the expectation of being able to expose it as a pretence

call someone's bluff in bluff1 British & World English

Challenge someone to carry out a stated intention, in the expectation of being able to expose it as a pretence

bluff it out in bluff1 British & World English

Survive a difficult situation by maintaining a pretence

blind man's buff British & World English

A game in which a blindfold player tries to catch others while being pushed about by them

blindman's bluff in blind man's buff British & World English

A game in which a blindfold player tries to catch others while being pushed about by them

bluff1 English Thesaurus

this offer was denounced as a bluff

bluff2 English Thesaurus

a bluff, hearty man

bluff3 English Thesaurus

the villa was set high on a bluff overlooking the sea

bluff English-Spanish

bluff masculine, blof masculineColombiaMexico/México

bluff Spanish-English

bluff

blindman's bluff English-Spanish

la gallina ciega

to call sb's bluff in bluff English-Spanish

poner* a algn en evidencia