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marauder
American English: /məˈrɔdər/
British English: /məˈrɔːdə/

Translation of marauder in Spanish:

noun

  • (criminal)
    (prowler)
    merodeador, (-dora) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • We need not look for ‘proof’ by poring over the dusty records of the meticulous pillagers, marauders, and savvy tradesmen.
    • If international rugby is to mean anything, trans-nations marauders seeking higher wages really should be stopped.
    • I can hardly think of a worse fate for any society than to be led into the future by the political class of gangsters, marauders, looters, and liars.

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