bandido


bandido
adj.
1 villain, outlaw.
2 playfully mischievous, frolicsome.
m.
bandit, highwayman, crook, evildoer.
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bandido
nombre masculino,nombre femenino
1 bandit
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SM
1) (=delincuente) bandit, outlaw
2) *

¡bandido! — you rogue!, you beast!

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-da masculino, femenino (delincuente) bandit; (granuja) crook; (pícaro) rascal
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= rapparee, bandit, highway robber, desperado, outlaw.
Ex. In the early nineteenth century the various education societies were horrified to find that people were reading books such as 'the Seven Wonders of the World' and 'Irish Rogues and rapparees'.
Ex. These works presents a picture of China filled with devastation, turbulence, bandits, beggars and poverty.
Ex. Suppose you are abducted by a highway robber, who intends to ransom you and in return for your release you promise to deliver the ransom yourself; should you subsequently keep your promise?.
Ex. Notorious outlaws, desperadoes, and gunslingers rustled up trouble in town after town but when the gold disappeared they all left.
Ex. Some headings are vague and without scope notes to define them: ROBBERS AND outlaws; CRIME AND CRIMINALS; ROGUES AND VAGABONDS.
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-da masculino, femenino (delincuente) bandit; (granuja) crook; (pícaro) rascal
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= rapparee, bandit, highway robber, desperado, outlaw.

Ex: In the early nineteenth century the various education societies were horrified to find that people were reading books such as 'the Seven Wonders of the World' and 'Irish Rogues and rapparees'.

Ex: These works presents a picture of China filled with devastation, turbulence, bandits, beggars and poverty.
Ex: Suppose you are abducted by a highway robber, who intends to ransom you and in return for your release you promise to deliver the ransom yourself; should you subsequently keep your promise?.
Ex: Notorious outlaws, desperadoes, and gunslingers rustled up trouble in town after town but when the gold disappeared they all left.
Ex: Some headings are vague and without scope notes to define them: ROBBERS AND outlaws; CRIME AND CRIMINALS; ROGUES AND VAGABONDS.

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bandido -da
masculine, feminine
1 (delincuente) bandit
2 (estafador, granuja) swindler, crook
3 (pillo, pícaro) rascal, horror (colloq), terror (colloq)
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bandido
-da sustantivo masculino, femenino (delincuente) bandit;


(granuja) crook;
(pícaro) rascal
bandido,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino
1 fam (pícaro, travieso) rascal
2 (granuja) crook
3 (ladrón) bandit
'bandido' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
bandida
English:
bandit
- crook
- outlaw
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bandido, -a nm,f
1. [delincuente] bandit
2. [granuja] rascal, rogue;
el muy bandido se ha llevado mi paraguas that rascal has stolen my umbrella;
ese tendero es un bandido that shopkeeper is a bit of a twister
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bandido
m, bandida f bandit
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bandido, -da n
bandolero: bandit, outlaw
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bandido n bandit

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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