There are 2 main translations of ladrón in English:

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ladrón 1

also: feminine: ladrona

adjetivo

Example sentences
  • Yo soy un mal ladrón … A dónde iré!
  • Antes le habían dicho de todo, menos ladrón.
  • Que importa si albergaron a oligarcas engreídos o a funcionarios ladrones.

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There are 2 main translations of ladrón in English:

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ladrón 2
also: feminine: ladrona

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Ninguno de mis amigos se volvieron ladrones de banco.
  • La primera información que circuló fue que varios policías habían matado a un ladrón.
  • Cree q nadie se da cuenta q Barranco es cueva de ladrones.

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