acecho translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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acecho

  
      sm   (=acto de espiar)   spying, watching,   (Mil)   ambush  
estar al o en acecho      to lie in wait  
cazar al acecho      to stalk  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
estar en acecho v.
to lie in wait

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
v.
to lie in wait
exp.
to stalk
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'acecho' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
estar al acecho de algo/algn
exp.
andar {or} estar al acecho (de algn)
exp.
estar atento a {or} al acecho de algo
exp.
estar atento a {or} al acecho de algo
exp.
lo vi merodeando {or} al acecho por el edificio
exp.
estar alerta {or} al acecho por si hay problemas
vt.
estar al acecho
vi.
estar al acecho
vi.
estar al acecho
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"acecho": examples and translations in context
Con el miedo constante al acecho. Behind which a constant fear is lurking.
Hay una terrible criatura al acecho, en éstos bosques. There's a terrible creature lurking about these woods.
En varios Estados, se han adoptado medidas innovadoras para combatir el acecho y el acoso. Innovative measures to combat stalking and harassment have been introduced in several States.
En 2001 la definición del delito de acecho se amplió para incluir el acecho mediante el uso de la computadora, una actividad delictiva cada vez más común. In 2001 the definition of the offence of stalking was widened to include stalking by use of the computer, a criminal activity which is becoming more common.
Le digo que... el Jinete ha regresado, está al acecho. I'm telling you... the Horseman is back, he's on the prowl.
No saldré al acecho nunca más. I'm not out there on the prowl anymore.
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