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American English: /ˈbʊlˌʃɪt/
British English: /ˈbʊlʃɪt/

Translation of bullshit in Spanish:


  • [vulgar] (nonsense)
    sandeces (feminine plural) [colloquial]
    pendejadas (Latin America except Southern Cone) [vulgar]
    gilipolleces (feminine plural) (Spain) [slang]
    huevadas (feminine plural) (Andes) (Venezuela) [vulgar]
    boludeces (feminine plural) (Colombia) (River Plate area) [vulgar]
    mamadas (feminine plural) (Mexico) [vulgar]
    (lies, boasting) See examples: she says he's rich — bullshit!
    dice que es rico — ¡qué coño va a ser rico ese! [vulgar]

intransitive verb -tt-

  • 1.1 (talk nonsense)
    decir sandeces ( or gilipolleces etc)
    1.2 (boast, brag)
    tirarse un farol [colloquial]
    mandarse la(s) parte(s) (Southern Cone) [colloquial]

transitive verb -tt-

  • don't bullshit me!
    ¡no me vengas con sandeces ( or gilipolleces etc)!
    see also he tried to bullshit me with some excuse
    trató de engañarme or (Spain) [colloquial] de pegármela con no sé qué excusas

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