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Detailed Translations for gags from English to Spanish


gags [the ~] noun

  1. the gags (jokes; hoaxes; wheezes)
    la bromas; el borrones de tinta

Translation Matrix for gags:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
borrones de tinta gags; hoaxes; jokes; wheezes fun; jokes; laughs
bromas gags; hoaxes; jokes; wheezes banter; folly; fun; high jinks; hilarity; idiocy; jests; jokes; joking; joy; joyfulness; laughs; lunacy; madness; merriment; mirth; nonsense; pleasure; pun; quips; silliness; witticisms

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to gag verb (gags, gagged, gagging)

  1. to gag (clamp; oppress)
  2. to gag (oppress; truss up)

Conjugations for gag:

  1. gag
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  6. gag
simple past
  1. gagged
  2. gagged
  3. gagged
  4. gagged
  5. gagged
  6. gagged
present perfect
  1. have gagged
  2. have gagged
  3. has gagged
  4. have gagged
  5. have gagged
  6. have gagged
past continuous
  1. was gagging
  2. were gagging
  3. was gagging
  4. were gagging
  5. were gagging
  6. were gagging
  1. shall gag
  2. will gag
  3. will gag
  4. shall gag
  5. will gag
  6. will gag
continuous present
  1. am gagging
  2. are gagging
  3. is gagging
  4. are gagging
  5. are gagging
  6. are gagging
  1. be gagged
  2. be gagged
  3. be gagged
  4. be gagged
  5. be gagged
  6. be gagged
  1. gag!
  2. let's gag!
  3. gagged
  4. gagging
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

gag [the ~] noun

  1. the gag (witty remark; joke; quip; )
    el chiste; la agudeza; la ocurrencia; la payasada

Translation Matrix for gag:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
agudeza gag; jest; joke; pleasantry; quip; witticism; witty remark acidity; acumen; acuteness; adeptness; bittyness; brain; brightness; cattishness; cleverness; cunning; curtness; discernment; insight; intelligence; keen perception; keenness; notion; quick-wittedness; readiness for battle; sagacity; sharp-eyedness; sharp-mindedness; sharpness; shrewdness; slyness; smartness; snappiness; understanding
chiste gag; jest; joke; pleasantry; quip; witticism; witty remark drollery; fun; gimmick; jest; joke; pleasantry; waggishness; witticism; witty saying
inquietar being worried; concerning
ocurrencia gag; jest; joke; pleasantry; quip; witticism; witty remark hunch; idea; image; inspiration; notion; thought
payasada gag; jest; joke; pleasantry; quip; witticism; witty remark drollery; funny streak; impishness; jest; joke; mischief; roguishness; waggishness; witticism; witty saying
- jape; jest; joke; laugh; muzzle
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
angustiar gag; oppress; truss up alarm; disquiet; frighten; oppress; uneasy
inquietar gag; oppress; truss up alarm; disconcert; startle; uneasy
oprimir gag; oppress; truss up dent; impress; indent; oppress; press; press down; push in; squeeze
sujetar clamp; gag; oppress attach; bind; bind up; boost; confirm; connect; encourage; fasten; hold; lash; motivate; prop; prop up; push on; secure; shore; stimulate; support; tie; tie up; tie up high
- choke; fret; heave; muzzle; quip; retch; strangle; suffocate

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Related Definitions for "gag":

  1. restraint put into a person's mouth to prevent speaking or shouting1
  2. a humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter1
    • he knows a million gags1
  3. make an unsuccessful effort to vomit; strain to vomit1
  4. cause to retch or choke1
  5. struggle for breath; have insufficient oxygen intake1
    • he swallowed a fishbone and gagged1
  6. make jokes or quips1
    • The students were gagging during dinner1
  7. tie a gag around someone's mouth in order to silence them1
    • The burglars gagged the home owner and tied him to a chair1
  8. be too tight; rub or press1
  9. prevent from speaking out1
    • The press was gagged1

Wiktionary Translations for gag:

  1. To restrain someone's speech

Cross Translation:
gag mordaza Knebel — Ein Gegenstand, der jemandem vor oder in den Mund gezwängt wird, um Schreie zu ersticken oder dämpfen.
gag broma; burla; chanza badinageaction ou propos léger, qui ne prête pas à conséquences.