Traducción de prowler en Español:


merodeador, n.

Pronunciación /ˈpraʊlər//ˈpraʊlə/


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    merodeador masculino
    merodeadora femenino
    • Her husband heard of the incident and rushed home, arriving about 12: 30 A.M., upon which he said he saw a prowler at the bedroom window.
    • Shith stubbed out his cigarette with the toe of his boot, glancing around the perimeter of the house for any prowlers or signs of danger.
    • What is more frightening is that prowlers can have the audacity to attack a home around 10: 00 hours and walk away untouched.
    • He assumed it belonged to a caretaker or some such person from the nursing home, who'd been patrolling the gardens for prowlers, had seen him sitting there and decided to investigate.
    • It is most common for prowlers to enter through unsecured windows.
    • I regularly go out on my land at night and if I saw prowlers and they were waving what I thought was a gun at me, I would not take any risks.
    • That night they passed through the village completely unnoticed via the roofs of the houses like prowlers under the pale moonlight.
    • Better uniformity of light improves home security by getting rid of dark shadows where prowlers could lurk.
    • The prowler has tried to get through windows and doors of retirement homes in Woodcock Park and Whitfield Close in Warminster.
    • Has anyone begun to question the prowler they found near the Princes' Sanctuary as yet?
    • We'd take turns staying up and listening for prowlers or break-ins.
    • The prowler was spotted at an upstairs window by a neighbour who immediately alerted the police, presumably to give them advance warning that he was going to ‘have a go’ himself.
    • You would have to be sure in addition that some unknown third party - a chance intruder, a prowler, another acquaintance - did not commit the murders.
    • The Ringmaster System will enable schools to rapidly receive information from police or Neighbourhood Watch on everything from vandalism to prowlers.
    • He hated driving prowlers, often complaining that they made traffic around him drive at exactly the speed limit.
    • The two were apparently in bed when the prowler rousted the couple and took some cash, credit cards and then drove away with Holloway's Mercedes - Benz.
    • He slowly got up, checking both ends of the wide street for Guards or other late-night prowlers, then softly jogged to the next intersection.
    • Police have warned homeowners to keep their eyes open for backyard prowlers following a recent spate of thefts outside homes in Bundaberg.
    • I'm now checking for prowlers two or three times a night.
    • He said: ‘At the home of Richard Clarke, in Moorland Avenue, his partner and her sons were disturbed by a prowler at about 2am.’