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From the Spanish verb vacilar:
vacilada is:
   Past Participle

va·ci·la·da  Feminine - Noun - Singular
  1. Translate "vacilada" to English: joke, jest, prank
    Spanish Synonyms of "vacilada": broma, chiste, bufa, bufonada, chanza, chascarrillo, choteo, comentario humorístico
    Define meaning of "vacilada": Chanza, burla, engaño o chasco que se hace a alguien.

Conceptually-related expressions of "vacilada"
va·ci·lar  Verb
  1. Translate "vacilar" to English: hesitate, doubt, dillidally, dilly-dally, dither, fail to make up one's mind, falter, hesitate in action, teeter, vacillate, waver, boggle, hang back, mammer, shilly-shally
    Spanish Synonyms of "vacilar": dudar, titubear, entrecortarse, estar indeciso, quedarse indeciso, tambalear, cespitar, fluctuar, hesitar
    Define meaning of "vacilar": Titubear, dudar, estar una persona indecisa, perpleja o insegura.
  2. El chico vaciló brevemente, The boy hesitated briefly.

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  3. Translate "vacilar" to English: flicker
    Spanish Synonyms of "vacilar": arder inconstantemente, brillar intermitentemente, fluctuar, llamear, parpadear, titilar
  4. La llama vaciló en el viento, The flame flickered in the wind.

  5. Translate "vacilar" to English: tease, pull the leg of, ride, shit, spoof
    Spanish Synonyms of "vacilar": molestar, bromear, dar bromas a, gastar bromas a, gastar una broma con, tomar el pelo, dar candonga, dar cola a, coger de mona a
    Define meaning of "vacilar": Causar trastorno o molestia.
  6. Ana vaciló a Juan todo el día, Ann teased John the whole day.

Verb Conjugation for "vacilar"
Gerund: vacilando
























Conceptually-related expressions of "vacilar"
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