Spanish Word for liar  

English Word: liar

Spanish Word: mentiroso
The Spanish Word for liar
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I don't trust him because he's a compulsive liar.
No confía en él porque es un mentiroso compulsivo.

Calling somebody a liar is not one of them.
Llamar mentiroso a alguien no es uno de ellos.
Mr Simpson said that we must not call you a liar.
El Sr. Simpson nos ha dicho que no había que tratarlo a usted de mentiroso.
Here is further proof of how Milosevic is Pinocchio, that is to say, a liar, Commissioner!
He aquí otra prueba más de que Milosevic es un Pinocho, es decir, un mentiroso, señor Comisario.
Milosevic could be compared to the personality we in Italy call Pinocchio, meaning a liar, an out and out liar, as occurred in the past.
Milosevic podría compararse a lo que en Italia se llama un Pinocho, o sea, un mentiroso, un mentiroso sin remedio, como ha ocurrido en el pasado.
As Prime Minister of Britain Mr Blair has shown himself to be a liar and a fantasist.
Como Primer Ministro de Gran Bretaña, el señor Blair ha demostrado ser un mentiroso y un fantasioso.
I do not want to made a liar for the sake of a couple of days. But we are not far away from the commencement of the service.
No quiero parecer como si mintiera por un par de días, pero no falta mucho para que se inicie este servicio.
Mr President, your generosity is appreciated although as I am not an economist, nor a statistician, nor a liar I hope, I think I will be quite brief.
Señor Presidente, agradezco su generosidad, pero como no soy economista ni estadístico ni mentiroso, o así lo espero, seré muy breve.
   Mr President, perhaps you would be so kind as to have Mr Langen’s comment of ‘What a liar!’ recorded in the Minutes.
   Señor Presidente, me gustaría que el comentario del señor Langen de «mentiroso» constara en acta.
Mr Nordmann has done his job well, admittedly sometimes creating the feeling in some of his colleagues that he has something of a taste for 'liar's poker' .
El Sr. Nordmann ha realizado un buen trabajo, a pesar, ciertamente, de que algunos de sus colegas tengan en parte la impresión de una clara inclinación por el «póquer de farol».
Furthermore, I really would ask Members to think very carefully before they stand up in this public chamber and accuse anybody, never mind a President-in-Office, of being a liar.
Además, quisiera pedir a los diputados que piensen muy cuidadosamente antes de intervenir en esta Asamblea para acusar a alguien -y no digamos, si se trata de un Presidente en ejercicio- de mentir.
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