blether in Spanish

s. absurdo (m), tontería de omisión (f)
v. contar bolas
noun: idle or foolish and irrelevant talk
verb: to talk foolishly
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Related Spanish Translations
bletherskate s. hablador isl. (m)
Verb forms for blether
Present participle: blethering
Present: blether (3.person: blethers)
Past: blethered
Future: will blether
Present conditional: would blether
Present Perfect: have blethered (3.person: has blethered)
Past Perfect: had blethered
Future Perfect: will have blethered
Past conditional: would have blethered