Translation of bystander in Spanish:

bystander

Pronunciation: /ˈbaɪˌstændər; ˈbaɪˌstændə(r)/

n

  • a bystander helped him to his feet un transeúnte or alguien que estaba allí lo ayudó a levantarse they opened fire, killing innocent bystanders abrieron fuego y mataron a varias personas inocentes or a varios transeúntes bystanders looked on in amazement quienes estaban allí or [formal] los circunstantes miraban asombrados

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