Definition of ladrone in English:

ladrone

Line breaks: la|drone
Pronunciation: /ləˈdrəʊn
 
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noun

A highwayman or pirate in Spain or Spanish America.
More example sentences
  • The Ladrones were much exasperated, and determined to revenge themselves.
  • The Ladrones never returned a single shot, but always kept in readiness to board.
  • He mentions having seen a Ladrone with his sword drawn and dripping with blood, engaged in pursuit of a villager.

Origin

Spanish ladrón 'robber', from Latin latro(n-).

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