Translation of ranger in Spanish:

ranger

Pronunciation: /ˈreɪndʒər; ˈreɪndʒə(r)/

n

  • 1.1 (in park, forest) guarda (mf) forestal
    More example sentences
    • That was not a secret in the city, and the police and park rangers turned a blind eye.
    • Most students were restless while the park ranger explained about the animals in the area.
    • During the trip, one of the kids is bitten by a snake and their guide, the park ranger, heads back to base for a serum.
    1.2 (soldier) (in (US) ) soldado (m) de las tropas de asalto, ranger (m)

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