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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  
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exp.
to go and get
exp.
every single moment
exp.
all the time
exp.
to go into reverse
[Fig.]
exp.
assistant lecturer
exp.
bookmaker
exp.
cheapo
exp.
cheap
exp.
to reverse
exp.
assistant director
exp.
supply teacher
exp.
substitute teacher
exp.
to take sth the wrong way
exp.
have a cheek
exp.
to have a nerve
exp.
to take a chance
[Latam] Cono Sur
exp.
to be really touchy
exp.
to be a live wire
exp.
record holder
exp.
cup holder
exp.
champion
exp.
to come for sb/sth
exp.
to resist temptation
exp.
we went across country
exp.
market researcher
exp.
to be used {o} accustomed to doing sth
exp.
be in the habit of doing sth
exp.
I can't cope {o} keep up (with)
[Fig.]
exp.
watercolorist
exp.
watercolourist
v.
be liable to prosecution
[Leg.]
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