Translation of raid in Spanish:
- 1.1 [Military/Militar] asalto (masculine), incursión (feminine)Example sentences1.2
(air raid)bombardeo (masculine) aéreo, ataque (masculine) aéreo 1.3 (by thieves) atraco (masculine), asalto (masculine)Example sentences1.4 (by police) redada (feminine), batida (feminine), allanamiento (masculine) (Latin America/América Latina) , razzia (feminine) (Southern Cone/Cono Sur)
- Both the Central Powers and the Allies used aircraft on strategic bombing raids, targeting enemy industries and to a lesser extent enemy civilians.
- Niven had volunteered for a secret military commando unit making raids on the enemy coastline.
- It is primarily employed in close air support of ground troops, target destruction raids, and armed escort of other aircraft.
- The works were stolen in an early-morning raid on April 20, when the thieves broke into the Brücke-Museum.
- The trio inside were heading home to Leeds with their loot from a smash-and-grab raid on a York computer business.
- Hundreds of DVDs, CDs and PlayStation games were stolen in the biggest raid on a west Wiltshire library in 20 years, with police at a loss to explain how the burglars got in.
- An Algerian asylum seeker arrested in Bury during police raids on terrorist suspects has been jailed for six months for using a false passport.
- Lunchtime shoppers gazed in astonishment as police launched a full-scale raid on a suspected drug pusher operating from York city centre.
- A relative of one of the suspected bombers was arrested following police raids of six homes in Leeds, West Yorkshire, and two cars were seized.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 [Military/Militar] asaltar 1.2 [bank/supermarket] asaltar, atracar* they raided the refrigerator [humorous/humorístico] tomaron por asalto el refrigerador [humorous/humorístico] 1.3 [police] hacer* una redada en, allanar (Latin America/América Latina) 1.4 (steal, poach) (American English/inglés norteamericano) [personnel/executives] llevarse, robar
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