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Significados de "thief" en diccionario español inglés : 168 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
thief ratera [f]
thief ladrona [f]
thief ladrón [m]
thief lunfardo [m] AR
thief ratero [m]
General
thief afanadora [f]
thief tomadora [f]
thief mañosa [f] AMER
thief afanador [m]
thief tomador [m]
thief mañoso [m] AMER
thief zopilote [m] AMER
thief lámparas [m/f] HN NI
thief ganzúa [m/f]
thief afanadora [f]
thief asaltadora [f]
thief atracadora [f]
thief atracadora [f] CU VE
thief bandida [f]
thief bandolera [f]
thief deprendador [adj] disused
thief afanador [m]
thief asaltador [m]
thief atracador [m]
thief atracador [m] CU VE
thief bandido [m]
thief bandolero [m]
thief brigante (italiano) [m]
thief descuidero [m]
thief asaltante [m/f]
thief arrebatadora [f]
thief bajadora [f] SV
thief culprita [f] HN
thief macaca [f] GT SV
thief macutena [f] MX disused
thief malandrina [f] NI PE CL
thief peinadora [f] HN
thief serrucha [f] HN delinq.
thief shacadora [f] AR delinq.
thief uñilarga [f] MX
thief uñuda [f] HN
thief zángana [f] HN SV NI
thief descuidera [f]
thief araña [adj] NI derog.
thief tacuazín [adj] GT
thief tentón [adj] MX GT
thief tacuazín [adj] GT
thief bandolero [m]
thief garduño [m]
thief arrebatador [m]
thief abrán [m] SV
thief bajador [m] SV
thief culprito [m] HN
thief chorro [m] PY AR UY
thief guacho [m] MX:Se
thief gato de campo [m] CL
thief hueveador [m] GT
thief jaulero [m] MX
thief lunfardo [m] AR UY disused
thief macaco [m] GT SV
thief macuteno [m] MX disused
thief malandrín [m] NI PE CL
thief niño [m] BO:W delinq.
thief peinador [m] HN
thief picarito [m] HN
thief rascón [m] SV
thief ratón [m] MX DO
thief shacador [m] AR delinq.
thief uñilargo [m] MX
thief uñudo [m] HN
thief zángano [m] HN SV NI
thief vacaray [m] AR:Ne derog.
thief tacuache [m] SV
thief tamagás [m] SV
thief tamal [m] SV NI
thief tamarindo [m] HN SV NI delinq.
thief alsacuán [m/f] NI
thief lerfi [m/f] SV
thief lersi [m/f] SV
thief lámpara [m/f] HN NI
thief manolarga [m/f] MX NI CU BO
thief pianista [m/f] HN NI BO
thief peluche [m/f] NI
thief rata [m/f] MX GT DO EC
thief uña [m/f] GT
thief chorizo
thief robadora [f]
thief hurtadora [f]
thief aguileño [adj]
thief caco [m]
thief hurtador [m]
thief lunfardo [m] AR UY rare
thief robador [m]
thief aguileña [adj/f]
thief estafadora [f]
thief moco de vela [m]
thief estafador [m]
thief gato [m] DO
thief descuidista [m/f] AR UY
Idioms
thief uña larga [m/f] EC rare
thief uña larga [m/f] MX DO PE
thief mano de terciopelo [n] BO CL rare
thief uñas largas MX BO AR EC disused
Colloquial
thief pilla [f] MX GT NI CR PA PR EC PE BO UY derog.
thief recursera [f] PE
thief caco [m] ES
thief choro [m]
thief el revientapisos [m]
thief chorizo [m] ES MX CL
thief chorro [m] AR
thief lobo [m]
thief espiantador [m] AR
thief lunfa [m] AR UY disused
thief lunfita [m] AR disused
thief pillo [m] MX GT NI CR PA PR EC PE BO UY derog.
thief pericote [m] PE
thief recursero [m] PE
thief amigo de lo ajeno [m]
thief barrabás [m]
thief caco [m]
thief mangante [m/f] ES
thief uñetas [m/f]
thief patraquero [m/f]
thief huiña [m/f] CL
thief luntata [m/f] BO:W
thief malacate [m/f] SV
thief cortabolsas [m/f] disused
thief amigo de lo ajeno
Slang
thief chora [f] PE BO EC VE CL AR
thief choro [m] PE BO EC VE CL AR
thief choro [m] SA ES
thief garrobo [m] HN delinq.
thief gato barcino [m] DO delinq.
thief ladrillo [m] GT HN NI delinq.
thief riñón [m] SV NI delinq.
thief atalaya [m] delinq.
thief baile [m] delinq.
thief bajamanero [m] delinq.
thief birlesco [m] delinq.
thief birlo [m] delinq.
thief ciquibaile [m] delinq.
thief mangui [m/f]
thief mangui [m/f] ES
thief chorifaite [m/f] PE
thief flaite [m/f] CL jail
thief güiña [m/f] CL delinq.
thief huiña [m/f] CL delinq.
Business
thief salteador [m]
Law
thief salteadora [f]
thief moco [m]
thief rapaz [m]
thief ladrón [m]
thief ladrón [m/f]
Engineering
thief bandido [m]
Geology
thief ladrón [m]
thief ratero [m]
thief pillo [m]
Energy
thief maleante [m/f]
Archaic
thief brasa [f]
thief atalaya [f]
thief bailador [m]
thief baile [m]
thief birlesco [m]
thief birlo [m]
thief corredor [m]
thief chucero [m]
thief ciquiribaile [m]
thief birloche (germanía) [m]

Significados de "thief" con otros términos en diccionario español inglés : 248 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
General
petty thief ratera [f]
petty thief randa [m]
petty thief ratero [m]
livestock thief abigeo [m] MX NI HN CO EC PE PY BO AR CL UY
cattle thief abigeo [m] MX NI HN CO EC PE PY BO AR CL UY
petty thief buscón [m]
thief tube bombilla [f]
sneak thief rata [f]
sneak thief ratera [f]
bag thief tironera [f]
female thief ladrona [f]
a friend who assists a thief in a robbery abanderada [f] SV
warehouse thief (criminal slang) altarera [f] SV
shoplifter thief (criminal slang) altarera [f] SV
friend who accompanies a thief to facilitate theft abanderada [f] SV
person who watches and warns the thief if someone is coming (robbery) bandera [f] HN SV
thief with knife baldera [f] SV
a thief that keeps the stolen objects hidden for some time aguantadora [f] VE PY AR UY
expert house thief apartamentera [f] CO
car thief brujera [f] HN SV
female thief who flees quickly after stealing something escapera [f] PE BO CL
small-time thief cascarera [f] CO:C,Ne
car thief jaladora [f] CO
white-collar thief ladrona de cuello blanco [f] MX CR PA DO CO VE EC BO CL
white-collar thief ladrona de cuello duro [f] UY
jewelry thief requintera [f] HN SV delinq.
petty thief buscona [f]
(for a thief) guard abanderar [v] GT SV
(for a thief) watch over a future victim abanderar [v] GT SV
(a thief) to hide the stolen objects for a period of time to sell afterwards aguantar [v] VE
with the qualities of a thief ladrón [adj]
referring to shoplifter or warehouse thief (criminal slang) altarero [adj] SV
petty thief mañoso [adj] GT HN SV NI DO VE PE BO EC:W CL:N
relating to a thief lunfardo [adj] AR UY
petty thief malamañoso [adj] PR VE:W
being a petty thief malamañoso [adj] PR VE:W
relating to a petty thief lunfardo [adj] AR UY
being a petty thief pañalero [adj] SV delinq.
expresses a request to catch a thief running away ¡ataja! [interj] CU
young thief ladronzuelo [m]
car thief robautos [m]
stock thief cuatrero [m]
a friend who assists a thief in a robbery or a crime abanderado [m] SV
shoplifter thief (criminal slang) altarero [m] SV
warehouse thief (criminal slang) altarero [m] SV
cattle thief cuatrero [m]
armed thief ladrón armado [m]
friend who accompanies a thief to facilitate theft abanderado [m] SV
car thief autero [m] BO
person who watches and warns the thief if someone is coming (robbery) banderín [m] HN
thief with knife baldero [m] SV
book thief ladrón de libros [m]
a thief that keeps the stolen objects hidden for some time aguantador [m] VE PY AR UY
jewelry thief cadenero [m] HN
expert house thief apartamentero [m] CO
jewelry thief brincador [m] SV NI
car thief brujero [m] HN SV
street thief (running after committing robbery) caballo loco [m] PY
cattle thief abigeo [m] HN NI EC PE rur.
cattle thief abigeo [m] CO CL PY AR rare rur.
livestock thief abigeo [m] HN NI EC PE rur.
livestock thief abigeo [m] CO CL PY AR rare rur.
car thief chutero [m] BO
petty thief capiango (portugués) [m] AR
robbery in which the thief waits for the victim to leave the bank after withdrawing money and then threatens the victim with a firearm fleteo [m] CO
male thief who flees quickly after stealing something escapero [m] PE BO CL
thief who robs people leaving banks with cash fletero [m] CO
small-time thief cascarero [m] CO:C,Ne
thief of metals or metaliferous stones from the mine where he works cangallero [m] CL:N rare
thief who tends to perform their misdeeds in the same town or neighborhood where they lives gato casero [m] CR
petty thief conejo [m] MX
thief specialized in stealing money or stocks and bonds copuchero [m] CL
thief who breaks into a car cristalero [m] MX GT SV
car thief cristalero [m] MX GT SV
armed thief ladrón armado [m]
car thief jalador [m] CO
car thief levantador [m] PY AR:Nw
white-collar thief ladrón de cuello blanco [m] MX CR PA DO CO VE EC BO CL
white-collar thief ladrón de cuello duro [m] UY
petty thief lunfardo [m] AR UY disused
jewelry thief requintero [m] HN SV delinq.
thief who acts as an accomplice with a prostitute schifirunista [m] AR delinq.
thief dedicated to stealing hats of indigenous women sombrerero [m] BO:W delinq.
thief who steals earrings by ripping them off tipidor [m] BO:C,S delinq.
window cutter thief vidriero [m] BO:W delinq.
petty thief mangante [m/f]
petty thief ratero [m/f]
bag thief tironero [m/f]
livestock thief abigeatista [m/f] BO rare
cattle thief abigeatista [m/f] BO rare
thief who robs something by taking advantage of the target being distracted descuidista [m/f] VE BO AR UY
thief who uses a master key to open locks estuchante [m/f] PE
livestock thief lari [m/f] BO:E
sly thief malabarista [m/f] CL rare
thief who steals trucks with goods paracaidista [m/f] BO:W delinq.
cable thief pelacables [m/f] CL
petty thief raspa [m/f] AR disused
petty thief robagallinas [m/f] CR disused
cattle thief robavacas [m/f] MX
petty thief tacuacín [m/f] HN delinq.
expert and skilled thief flor de seda [n] SV
petty thief ladronzuela [f]
petty thief macutena [f] MX disused
petty thief faltrera [f] rare
petty thief sisadora [f]
petty thief sonsacadora [f]
petty thief pilla [f]
thief catcher abrazador [m]
sample/thief tube bombillo [m]
artful thief galafate [m]
petty thief faltrero [m] rare
petty thief ladroncillo [m]
petty thief ladronzuelo [m]
petty thief pillo [m]
dock-thief raquero [m]
petty thief macuteno [m] MX disused
petty thief sisador [m]
petty thief sisón [m]
petty thief sonsacador [m]
artful thief ladrón sagaz [m]
common thief arpista [m/f] CL
sly thief malabarista [m/f] CL
thief-tube pipeta [f]
thief-tube tubo muestreador [m]
sneak-thief garduño [m]
sneak thief gato [m]
petty thief gato [m]
Idioms
it takes a thief to catch a thief a pillo, pillo y medio
it takes a thief to catch a thief se necesita un ladrón para atrapar a un ladrón
like a thief in the night como ladrón de noche
opportunity makes the thief la ocasión hace el ladrón
Speaking
I'm not a thief no soy un ladrón
it's no crime to steal from a thief ladrón que roba a otro ladrón tiene cien años de perdón
it's no crime to steal from a thief quien roba a ladrón, tiene cien años de perdón
Colloquial
petty thief garduña [f]
a thief chora  [f] AR
petty thief chora [f] VE EC PE BO CL AR
oxygen thief gente inútil [f]
oxygen thief gentuza [f]
petty thief vizcachera [f] PY
female thief amiga de lo ajeno [f]
petty thief choricera [f] derog.
petty thief choriza [f] derog.
be a thief ser largo de uñas [v]
be a thief ser un caco [v]
petty thief garduño [m]
juvenile petty thief gatillo [m] disused
petty thief gato [m] disused
thief (especially a house) palanquero [m] SCN
a thief choro  [m] AR
petty thief choro [m] VE EC PE BO CL AR
thief who steals by taking advantage of the carelessness of others escamotero [m] BO
petty thief lunfa [m] AR UY disused
petty thief lunfita [m] AR disused
petty thief vizcachero [m] PY
petty thief choricero [m] derog.
petty thief chorizo [m] derog.
petty thief choro (caló) [m] derog.
petty thief randa [m/f]
thief (who robs houses) escrushante [m/f] AR
petty thief chori (caló) [m/f] derog.
every thief has some excuse to ease their conscience todo ladrón tiene una excusa para aliviar la conciencia
a first-year thief un ladrón novato
thief! ¡serás chorizo!
Proverbs
once a thief always a thief el que jugó, jugará [old-fashioned]
set a thief to catch a thief roba bien quien a ladrón roba [old-fashioned]
set a thief to catch a thief nada mejor que un ladrón para atrapar a otro ladrón
once a thief; always a thief quien roba una vez roba diez
once a thief always thief quien roba una vez roba diez
opportunity makes the thief la ocasión hace al ladrón
opportunity makes the thief en arca abierta, el justo peca
ease makes thief en arca abierta, el justo peca
there is no worse thief than a bad book no todos a quienes los perros ladran son ladrones
opportunity makes the thief puerta abierta al santo tienta
Phrases
once a thief, always a thief quien roba una vez roba diez
Slang
a thief chorra [f] AR PY UY
thief woman pájara [f]
female petty thief choreadora [f] PE BO CL:N
a thief chorro [m] AR PY UY
a thief choro [m] PE
thief with knife cogotero [m] CL
male petty thief choreador [m] PE BO CL:N
petty thief cortabolsas [m] HN
car thief levantador [m] HN delinq.
neighborhood thief doméstico (inglés domestic) [m] CL delinq.
thief who receives stolen items aliviador [m] delinq.
accomplice of a thief azorero [m] delinq.
cunning thief buzo [m] delinq.
thief coming in through an open door caletero [m] delinq.
thief who forcibly undresses a person desmotador [m] delinq.
petty thief quinqui [m/f] ES
house thief escruchante [m/f] AR UY jail
oxygen thief (uk) tipo inepto
oxygen thief (uk) tipo inservible
oxygen thief (uk) tipo improductivo
a thief rata CR
Safety
thief-proof a prueba de ladrones [adj]
thief-proof a prueba de ladrones
Law
woman thief ladrona [f]
cattle-thief abigeo [m] AMER
petty thief ratero [m]
petty thief tironero [m] ES
petty thief carterista [m/f]
petty thief chorizo
common thief ladrón habitual
Engineering
sneak thief ratero [m]
having the qualities of a thief ladrón [m]
cattle thief abigeo [m] AMER
thief sand arena de escape
sample thief captador de muestras
Geology
ore-thief juquero [m]
ore thief juquero [m] PE
Nursing Terms
horse thief cuatrero [m]
Technical
thief tube recogemuestras [m]
Aeronautics
petty thief pihuelo [m]
Petrol
rod thief pipeta [f]
thief formation formación absorbente [f]
sampling thief muestreador [m]
thief formation formación absorbente
thief hatch escotilla de aforo
thief hatch portezuela del muestreador
thief hatch portillo de aforo
thief sand arena ladrona
thief sand arena de escape
thief hatch boca para tomar muestras
thief formation formación ladrona
thief hatch escotilla de aforo
thief sand arena de escape
thief hatch portezuela del muestreador
thief sand arena estéril por la cual se fuga el petróleo
thief hatch boca de aforo
oil thief ladrón de aceite
thief sand arena ladrona VE
oil thief ladrón de aceite VE
thief sand arena de escape
Energy
thief formation zona de pérdidas
British Slang
oxygen thief (derogatory) vejestorio
oxygen thief (derogatory) persona de edad avanzada derog.
Archaic
thief who steals through a hole caleta [f]
shop-thief bajamano [m]
thief at fairs and markets boleador [m]
thief who uses children to open doors for him fulidor [m]
horse-thief almiforero [m]
alert thief buzo [m]
thief prowling at night murciglero [m]
petty thief hormiguero [m]
thief who spies out likely places to rob avispón [m]
accomplice of a thief azorero [m]