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  • 1 cobrador

    adj.
    collector, collecting.
    m.
    1 collector.
    2 conductor, fare collector, bus conductor, ticket collector.
    3 retriever.
    * * *
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (de luz etc) collector
    2 (de transporte - hombre) conductor; (- mujer) conductress
    * * *
    (f. - cobradora)
    noun
    * * *
    cobrador, -a
    SM / F
    1) (Com) collector

    cobrador del frac® debt collector ( working for company 0} ®, whose livery includes a tailcoat)

    2) [en bus, tren] conductor/conductress
    * * *
    - dora masculino, femenino ( a domicilio) collector; ( de autobús) bus conductor
    * * *
    Ex. This is but a myth used instrumentally by delinquents to establish a position on the criminal scene -- as doorkeepers, bodyguards, money collectors or other so-called 'specialists in violence'.
    ----
    * cobrador de deudas = debt collector.
    * cobrador del frac = debt collector.
    * cobrador de morosos = debt collector.
    * * *
    - dora masculino, femenino ( a domicilio) collector; ( de autobús) bus conductor
    * * *

    Ex: This is but a myth used instrumentally by delinquents to establish a position on the criminal scene -- as doorkeepers, bodyguards, money collectors or other so-called 'specialists in violence'.

    * cobrador de deudas = debt collector.
    * cobrador del frac = debt collector.
    * cobrador de morosos = debt collector.

    * * *
    masculine, feminine
    1 (a domicilio) collector
    2 (de autobús) bus conductor, conductor
    Compuestos:
    cobrador/cobradora de alquileres
    rent collector
    cobrador/cobradora de deudas or de morosos
    debt collector
    * * *

    cobrador
    ◊ - dora sustantivo masculino, femenino ( a domicilio) collector;


    ( de autobús) bus conductor
    cobrador,-ora sustantivo masculino y femenino
    1 (de la luz, agua, etc) collector
    2 (de autobús) (hombre) conductor
    (mujer) conductress
    ' cobrador' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cobradora
    - cartera
    English:
    bus conductor
    - collector
    - conductor
    - debt collector
    - retriever
    - bus
    * * *
    cobrador, -ora nm,f
    1. [de autobús] conductor, f conductress
    2. [de deudas, recibos] collector
    cobrador de morosos debt collector
    * * *
    m, cobradora f a domicilio collector
    * * *
    1) : collector
    2) : conductor (of a bus or train)
    * * *
    1. (de autobús) conductor
    2. (de recibos, deudas, etc) collector

    Spanish-English dictionary > cobrador

  • 2 guardaespaldas

    m.&f. s&pl.
    bodyguard.
    * * *
    1 bodyguard
    * * *
    noun mf.
    * * *
    SMF INV bodyguard, minder *
    * * *
    masculino y femenino (pl guardaespaldas) bodyguard
    * * *
    Ex. This is but a myth used instrumentally by delinquents to establish a position on the criminal scene -- as doorkeepers, bodyguards, money collectors or other so-called 'specialists in violence'.
    * * *
    masculino y femenino (pl guardaespaldas) bodyguard
    * * *

    Ex: This is but a myth used instrumentally by delinquents to establish a position on the criminal scene -- as doorkeepers, bodyguards, money collectors or other so-called 'specialists in violence'.

    * * *
    bodyguard
    * * *

    guardaespaldas sustantivo masculino y femenino (pl

    guardaespaldas mf inv bodyguard

    ' guardaespaldas' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    escolta
    - gorila
    English:
    bodyguard
    - minder
    - body
    - hustle
    * * *
    bodyguard
    * * *
    m/f inv bodyguard
    * * *
    guardaespaldas nmfs & pl
    : bodyguard
    * * *
    guardaespaldas n bodyguard

    Spanish-English dictionary > guardaespaldas

  • 3 mundo de la mafia, el

    (n.) = criminal scene, the, criminal world, the
    Ex. This is but a myth used instrumentally by delinquents to establish a position on the criminal scene -- as doorkeepers, bodyguards, money collectors or other so-called 'specialists in violence'.
    Ex. From its inception, 'Sanctuary', William Faulkner's novel of a young co-ed initiated through rape and murder into the criminal world was controversial.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mundo de la mafia, el

  • 4 mundo del hampa

    Ex. Dickens's own outrage over the conditions of the poor in Britian conflicted with his revulsion at the criminal underworld & his fear of popular insurgence.
    * * *
    el mundo del hampa
    (n.) = criminal scene, the, criminal world, the

    Ex: This is but a myth used instrumentally by delinquents to establish a position on the criminal scene -- as doorkeepers, bodyguards, money collectors or other so-called 'specialists in violence'.

    Ex: From its inception, 'Sanctuary', William Faulkner's novel of a young co-ed initiated through rape and murder into the criminal world was controversial.

    Ex: Dickens's own outrage over the conditions of the poor in Britian conflicted with his revulsion at the criminal underworld & his fear of popular insurgence.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mundo del hampa

  • 5 mundo del hampa, el

    (n.) = criminal scene, the, criminal world, the
    Ex. This is but a myth used instrumentally by delinquents to establish a position on the criminal scene -- as doorkeepers, bodyguards, money collectors or other so-called 'specialists in violence'.
    Ex. From its inception, 'Sanctuary', William Faulkner's novel of a young co-ed initiated through rape and murder into the criminal world was controversial.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mundo del hampa, el

  • 6 portero

    m.
    1 doorman, redcap, porter, hall porter.
    2 janitor, super, porter, superintendent.
    3 goalkeeper, goalie, gatekeeper.
    4 doorkeeper, person in charge of the door, porter.
    * * *
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    2 DEPORTE goalkeeper
    \
    portero automático entryphone
    * * *
    (f. - portera)
    noun
    1) doorman, caretaker
    * * *
    portero, -a
    1. SM / F
    1) [de edificio] caretaker, concierge, (apartment house) manager (EEUU)
    2) [en hotel, hospital] porter
    3) (Dep) goalkeeper
    2.
    SM

    portero automático, portero eléctrico, portero electrónico — entry phone

    * * *
    - ra masculino, femenino
    1) ( que abre la puerta) doorman, porter; ( que cuida el edificio) super (AmE), superintendent (AmE), caretaker (BrE)
    2) (Dep) goalkeeper
    •• Cultural note:
    A superintendent in an apartment building who looks after it, keeps it clean, delivers mail, and keeps an eye on comings and goings. Porteros often have an apartment in the building as part of their pay. Many buildings no longer have porteros. In these cases, access is regulated by a portero automático (intercom). The portero, and particularly the female portera, are part of popular culture. They have a reputation for being inquisitive and fond of gossip
    * * *
    = janitor, porter, doorman [doormen, -pl.], doorkeeper, goalkeeper, goalie.
    Nota: Abreviatura de goalkeeper.
    Ex. It presents a case study based on an actual situation which arose between the chief librarian of a public library and the library janitor, and offer 4 different views as to how the situation could have been managed.
    Ex. Thus charwomen and porters in a university work in an institution where books are used a great deal but they themselves are highly unlikely to use them.
    Ex. He somehow kept his head above water as a doorman at a bar and as a nightman at a slaughterhouse.
    Ex. This is but a myth used instrumentally by delinquents to establish a position on the criminal scene -- as doorkeepers, bodyguards, money collectors or other so-called 'specialists in violence'.
    Ex. Then in a grandstand finish the home side, on top throughout, were kept at bay by the agility of the visiting team's goalkeeper.
    Ex. They were still slow off the blocks and didn't seem like threatening the opposite goalie.
    ----
    * cuartillo del portero = janitor's closet.
    * portero de noche = nightman [nightmen, -pl.].
    * * *
    - ra masculino, femenino
    1) ( que abre la puerta) doorman, porter; ( que cuida el edificio) super (AmE), superintendent (AmE), caretaker (BrE)
    2) (Dep) goalkeeper
    •• Cultural note:
    A superintendent in an apartment building who looks after it, keeps it clean, delivers mail, and keeps an eye on comings and goings. Porteros often have an apartment in the building as part of their pay. Many buildings no longer have porteros. In these cases, access is regulated by a portero automático (intercom). The portero, and particularly the female portera, are part of popular culture. They have a reputation for being inquisitive and fond of gossip
    * * *
    = janitor, porter, doorman [doormen, -pl.], doorkeeper, goalkeeper, goalie.
    Nota: Abreviatura de goalkeeper.

    Ex: It presents a case study based on an actual situation which arose between the chief librarian of a public library and the library janitor, and offer 4 different views as to how the situation could have been managed.

    Ex: Thus charwomen and porters in a university work in an institution where books are used a great deal but they themselves are highly unlikely to use them.
    Ex: He somehow kept his head above water as a doorman at a bar and as a nightman at a slaughterhouse.
    Ex: This is but a myth used instrumentally by delinquents to establish a position on the criminal scene -- as doorkeepers, bodyguards, money collectors or other so-called 'specialists in violence'.
    Ex: Then in a grandstand finish the home side, on top throughout, were kept at bay by the agility of the visiting team's goalkeeper.
    Ex: They were still slow off the blocks and didn't seem like threatening the opposite goalie.
    * cuartillo del portero = janitor's closet.
    * portero de noche = nightman [nightmen, -pl.].

    * * *
    portero -ra portero (↑ portero a1)
    masculine, feminine
    A (que abre la puerta) doorman, porter; (que cuida el edificio) super ( AmE), superintendent ( AmE), caretaker ( BrE), concierge
    Compuesto:
    portero eléctrico or ( Esp) automático
    masculine intercom ( AmE), entryphone ( BrE)
    B ( Dep) goalkeeper
    A superintendent in an apartment building who looks after it, keeps it clean, delivers mail, and keeps an eye on comings and goings. Porteros often have an apartment in the building as part of their pay.
    Many buildings no longer have porteros. In these cases, access is regulated by a portero automático (intercom).
    The portero, and particularly the female portera, are part of popular culture. They have a reputation for being inquisitive and fond of gossip.
    * * *

     

    portero
    ◊ -ra sustantivo masculino, femenino

    1 ( que abre la puerta) doorman, porter;
    ( que cuida el edificio) super (AmE), superintendent (AmE), caretaker (BrE);
    portero eléctrico or (Esp) automático sustantivo masculino
    entryphone
    2 (Dep) goalkeeper
    portero,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino
    1 (de una vivienda) porter, caretaker
    (de un edificio público) doorman
    portero automático, entry-phone
    2 Dep goalkeeper
    ' portero' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    camelarse
    - despeje
    - garita
    - gorila
    - obnubilarse
    - portera
    - interfono
    - mayordomo
    English:
    caretaker
    - doorman
    - goalkeeper
    - intercom
    - janitor
    - porter
    - scapegoat
    - door
    - entry
    - goal
    - superintendent
    - turn
    * * *
    portero, -a
    nm,f
    1. [de casa] Br caretaker, US super(intendent)
    2. [de hotel, ministerio] [en recepción] porter;
    [a la puerta] doorman
    3. [de discoteca] doorman
    4. [en fútbol, balonmano, hockey] goalkeeper;
    [en hockey] goalminder
    nm
    portero automático entryphone;
    portero eléctrico entryphone;
    * * *
    m
    1 doorman
    2 de edificio superintendent, Br
    caretaker
    3 DEP goalkeeper
    * * *
    portero, -ra n
    1) arquero: goalkeeper, goalie
    2) : doorman m
    3) : janitor, superintendent
    * * *
    1. (en deportes) goalkeeper

    Spanish-English dictionary > portero

  • 7 mundo de la mafia

    el mundo de la mafia
    (n.) = criminal scene, the, criminal world, the

    Ex: This is but a myth used instrumentally by delinquents to establish a position on the criminal scene -- as doorkeepers, bodyguards, money collectors or other so-called 'specialists in violence'.

    Ex: From its inception, 'Sanctuary', William Faulkner's novel of a young co-ed initiated through rape and murder into the criminal world was controversial.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mundo de la mafia

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