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English Word: robber

Spanish Word: ladrón
The Spanish Word for robber
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Translated sentences containing 'robber'
The robber threatened me with a knife.
El ladrón me amenazó con una navaja.

Budget support and other EU programmes will not compensate for the losses inflicted by a robber economy.
El apoyo presupuestario y otros programas de la UE no compensarán las pérdidas infligidas por una economía de ladrones.
That would be unwise: nobody, especially the robber and rapist, may be antagonised or demonised.
Esa decisión no sería sabia: no se debe contrariar o demonizar a nadie, y menos a un ladrón y violador.
Incidentally, one thing is clear to me, and that is that in the current conditions, we will have to redefine the term 'bank robber'.
A propósito, hay algo que tengo claro y es que en la situación actual, tendremos que volver a definir el término "ladrón de banco".
I must say, to save my honour, that it referred to only two Members, who tried to practise mediaeval politics in modern Europe, like robber barons.
Lo debo decir para salvar el honor de muchos, se refería a dos diputados que han intentado con artes de bandolero hacer una política medieval en una Europa moderna.
But there must be political will on the Russian side to eliminate the 'robber baron' style of capitalism which has developed since 1991.
Pero debe haber voluntad política por parte de Rusia para eliminar el estilo de capitalismo sin escrúpulos que se ha desarrollado desde 1991.
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