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tirador

, a  
a       sm/f   (=persona)   marksman/markswoman, shooter     (CAm, Méx)   (=cazador)   hunter  
es un buen tirador      he's a good shot  
  tirador(a) apostado/a   sniper  
  tirador(a) certero/a   sharpshooter
b       sm  
1    [+de cajón]   handle  
[+de puerta]  
knob
2    [+de campanilla]   bell pull
3    (=tirachinas)   catapult, slingshot   (EEUU)  
4      (Arte, Téc)   (=pluma)   drawing pen
5      (Andes, Cono Sur)   (=cinturón)   wide gaucho belt
6    tiradores     (Cono Sur)   (=tirantes)   braces, suspenders   (EEUU)  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
es un buen tirador exp.
he's a good shot

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'tirador' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
el tirador
exp.
es un tirador de primera
exp.
es un mal/buen tirador
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"tirador": examples and translations in context
Atraparon al tirador afuera de Metrópolis. So they caught Lucas' shooter outside of Metropolis.
Parkman debió entrar en la cabeza del tirador. (Nathan) Parkman must have got inside the shooter's head.
Soy el mejor tirador de Cashville. I'm probably the best shot in Cashville.
Tienes suerte Soy un buen tirador. You're lucky I'm such a good shot.
Como sabes soy un tirador certificado. I'll have you know, I'm a certified marksman.
Como buen hijo de granjero que sabía cazar, mi padre era un excelente tirador. As the son of a farmer who knew how to hunt, my father was an excellent marksman.
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