the robbery went wrong and they got caught translation | English-Spanish dictionary

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the robbery went wrong and they got caught exp.
el atraco fracasó y los pillaron

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exp.
la lluvia lo pilló desprevenido
exp.
las marchas empezaron a funcionar mal
exp.
algo falló en sus planes
exp.
en algún punto nos hemos equivocado
exp.
subieron al avión
exp.
recibieron 2.000 libras de indemnización
exp.
hubo un malentendido entre ellos
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robbery

  
   n   robo    m     
robbery with violence        (Jur)   robo    m   a mano armada, atraco    m  , asalto    m     
it's daylight robbery!      *   ¡es una estafa!, ¡es un robo a mano armada!  
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"the robbery went wrong and": examples and translations in context
What if it went wrong and you got caught? ¡Mirá si te salía mal y te descubrían!
Tell me how the robbery went down. Dime cómo se aplacó el robo.
Six to ten - that's shortly after the robbery went bad. Entre seis y 10 horas... eso fue poco después de que el robo saliera mal.
We know the robbery went bad. Sabemos que el robo sale mal.
Frank explained that the robbery went off without a hitch, and they had made a clean getaway. Frank explicó que el robo salió perfectamente, y que hicieron una huida limpia.
Before the robbery went down, somebody at the store was very eager to talk to our suspects. Antes del robo, alguien en el local tenía muchas ganas de hablar con nuestros sospechosos.
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