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assassin
American English: /əˈsæsn/
British English: /əˈsasɪn/

Translation of assassin in Spanish:

noun

  • asesino, (-na) (masculine, feminine)
    (de un personaje importante)
    hired assassin
    Example sentences
    • She knew now he was not sleeping, and had been murdered by the assassins who lay dead on her floor.
    • Police believe the victim may not have even seen the assassin who murdered him with a single shot to the back.
    • This particular guild was a home to 75 of the best thieves, assassins and cut throats in Europe.

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