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English Word: fugitive

Spanish Word: fugitivo
The Spanish Word for fugitive
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Translated sentences containing 'fugitive'
We have a fugitive on the loose.
Tenemos a un fugitivo que anda suelto.

Clearly, the easiest way to overcome this obstacle would be to arrest and hand over the fugitive Ante Gotovina.
Naturalmente, la forma más sencilla de superar este obstáculo sería arrestar y entregar al fugitivo Ante Gotovina.
The Peruvian Government has complied fully with its obligations by requesting that a fugitive from justice be extradited in order to face the many outstanding charges against him.
El Gobierno de Perú ha cumplido cabalmente con sus obligaciones al solicitar que un prófugo de la justicia sea extraditado para responder ante la misma de las numerosas causas pendientes.
In addition, of course, as is simply the case with such adventures, whenever anyone helped the fugitive, they ripped off part of the treasure.
Además, obviamente, como pasa en este tipo de aventuras, cuando alguien ayudaba al fugitivo, se llevaba parte del tesoro.
The draft report does not actually address the issue of unintended or fugitive emissions, i.e. those emissions of gases which escape during the production process.
El informe presentado no aborda en realidad la cuestión de las emisiones no intencionadas o fugitivas; es decir, las emisiones de gases que se escapan durante el proceso de producción.
Mr President, the other day, the French intellectual Edgar Morin compared Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu to the fugitive Bosnian Serb leader Karadzic.
Señor Presidente, hace unos días el intelectual francés Edgar Morin comparaba al primer ministro de Israel, el Sr. Netanyahu, con el líder serbo bosnio Karadzic, reclamado por la justicia.
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