Translation of broma in English:
nombre femenino/feminine noun
- 1 1.1 (chiste) joke hacerle or gastarle una broma a algn to play a (practical) joke on sb déjate de bromas stop kidding around [familiar/colloquial] no estoy para bromas I'm not in the mood for jokes una broma que tuvo trágicas consecuencias a practical joke which ended in tragedy fuera de broma(s) orbromas aparte joking apart lo dije de or en broma I was joking, I said it as a joke o/or in jest lo dijo medio en serio, medio en broma she said it kind of half serious, half joking ¿que vaya yo a decírselo? ¿estás de broma? me go and tell him? are you kidding? [familiar/colloquial] entre bromas y veras half-jokingly ni en broma no way [familiar/colloquial] ¿vas a aceptar el trabajo? — ni en broma are you going to take the job? — no way! o/or not on your life! 1.2 [familiar/colloquial] [irónico] (asunto) business [familiar/colloquial] la bromita nos costó un dineral that little business o episode o affair cost us a fortune
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