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marksman
American English: /ˈmɑrksmən/
British English: /ˈmɑːksmən/

Translation of marksman in Spanish:

noun plural -men Pronunciation: / -mən /

  • he's a good marksman
    tiene buena puntería
    Example sentences
    • They want to do the things that they believe police marksmen do and military snipers do, so the selection of the rifle and the selection of the round fits into that.
    • Although they lack the capability to fire real ammunition, some look and feel so realistic that even skilled police marksmen are hard-pressed to tell the difference.
    • Both are expert marksmen, sharpshooters, snipers of great skill and reputation.

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