- 1.1 (murderer) [literario/literary] degollador, -dora (m,f), asesino, -na (m,f)More example sentences1.2cutthroat (razor) (BrE) navaja (f)
- And of course the fact that there are elections in the offing would have absolutely nothing to do with the timing of Michael's pronouncements that the group is a bunch of murderers, gangsters, cut-throats and crooks.
- Yet he ‘and his crew of financial cut-throats can loot the bank and rob 1260 depositors and you can send him to the penitentiary for only three years.’
- With his crew of cut-throats, Sinbad attacked defenceless merchant ships and did what pirates do, thankfully omitted here because this is a U-certificate cartoon from DreamWorks.
- [competition] feroz, salvajeMore example sentences
- With high profits, more provincial people are digging for money by setting up schools, which leads to a more cut-throat competition, said Xu.
- Relying only on price will lead to cut-throat competition and disappearing profits.
- So how does he get the press in the cut-throat competition of London Fashion Week, when there are some 70 designers showing in five days?