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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
exp.
to stalk
v.
to lie in wait
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'acecho' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
estar al acecho de algo/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
exp.
andar {or} estar al acecho (de algn)
vt.
estar al acecho
vi.
estar al acecho
vi.
estar al acecho
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"acecho": examples and translations in context
Se encuentran en acecho en algún lado, en alguna esquina de la subregión, y todavía no se les ha localizado. They are lurking somewhere, in some corner of the subregion, and they have not been located yet.
Para mí, la tartamudez pasó de acá a acá, pero está siempre en acecho, Uds. me entienden. To me, the stuttering is gone from here and there, but it is always lurking.
Que hay una ley contra el acecho. That there is a law against loitering.
Que hay una ley contra el acecho. -Exactly. That there is a law against loitering.
Las gacelas saltan de manera conspicua para indicar a la manada sobre el acecho de un depredador en el pastizal. Gazelles conspicuously jump up and down to signal to the herd that a predator is lurking in the grass.
Nunca imaginamos que estaríamos bajo acecho. We never imagined we'd come under siege.
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