Translation of delude in Spanish:

delude

Pronunciation: /dɪˈluːd/

vt

  • engañar he deluded her with false promises la engañó con falsas promesasto delude sb into -ing they deluded him into believing that he had talent le hicieron creer que tenía talento

v refl

  • to delude oneself engañarse don't delude yourself that she loves you no te hagas ilusiones or no te engañes pensando que te quiere, desengáñate: no te quiere

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