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schmooze
American English: /ʃmuz/
British English: /ʃmuːz/

Translation of schmooze in Spanish:

intransitive verb

(American English) [colloquial]

transitive verb

  • (ingratiate oneself with)
    hacerle el artículo a
    [colloquial]
    darle jabón a
    (Spain) [colloquial]
    hacerle la barba a
    (Mexico) [colloquial]
    hacerle la pata a
    (Chile) [colloquial]
    he schmoozeed his way to promotion
    con labia y zalamerías logró que lo ascendieran

noun

uncountable [colloquial]
  • labia (feminine) para crear contactos

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