Definición de dacoit en inglés:

dacoit

Saltos de línea: da¦coit
Pronunciación: /dəˈkɔɪt
 
/

sustantivo

(In India or Burma (Myanmar)) a member of a band of armed robbers.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This valley was recently the territory of a famous dacoit, or highway robber, named Mohammad Khan.
  • Since the entire Chambal area is notorious for dacoits and robbers' gangs, safety in traveling must be ensured beforehand.
  • In South India, roving bands of dacoits, carrying out their traditional depredations on the weak and unprotected, had been a part of the rural landscape for centuries.

Origen

from Hindi ḍakait, from ḍakaitī 'robbery by a gang'.

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