Translation of assailant in Spanish:
- [formal] agresor, (masculine, feminine), atacante (masculine and feminine)Example sentences
- The assailants fled after the attack, for which no militant group has claimed responsibility.
- It is common in knife attacks for such assailants to strike quickly and repeatedly.
- As I physically wrenched her assailant away from her, my sign was also grabbed and ripped up.
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