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Pronunciation: /ˈbæntər; ˈbæntə(r)/

Translation of banter in Spanish:


uncountable/no numerable
  • bromas (feminine plural) there was some banter about his accent estuvieron bromeando or haciendo bromas sobre su acento
    Example sentences
    • The verbal sparring and playful banter with her is really starting to ratchet up some interesting tension.
    • After spending time in friendly, confidence-winning banter, Dave made it clear he had more on his mind.
    • I missed my Dad a lot in the Philippines, especially our playful banter.

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