Translation of thief in Spanish:
noun/nombre (plural thieves /θiːvz/)
- ladrón, (masculine, feminine) car thief ladrón, (masculine, feminine) de coches, jalador, (masculine, feminine) de carros (Colombia) horse thief ladrón (masculine) de caballos, cuatrero (masculine) to be as thick as thieves ser* uña y carne or [humorous/humorístico] uña y mugre or (River Plate area/Río de la Plata) carne y uña to set a thief to catch a thief nada mejor que un ladrón para atrapar a otro ladrón
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