Translation of assailant in Spanish:


agresor, n.

Pronunciation /əˈseɪl(ə)nt//əˈseɪlənt/



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    agresor masculine
    agresora feminine
    atacante feminine
    • The pair were attacked with knives before their assailants fled the scene.
    • Some of the assailants were known, and some even openly boasted of their acts.
    • Most assailants are unprepared for this type technique and it takes them totally by surprise.
    • The victim was unable to give many details about her assailant because the attack was over in seconds.
    • Pakistan has condemned the attack and denied any connection with the assailants.
    • The club's lights had been tampered with by the assailants and many were crushed in the rush for the exits.
    • The magistrate still insists he is confident of his assailant's identity.
    • It also appears the assailant was wearing a jacket the night of the assault.
    • The family dog, an American pit bull, was shot and killed in the attack after it jumped up and bit the assailant on the arm.
    • I cannot provide more details, but the police know who one of the assailants is.
    • It is common in knife attacks for such assailants to strike quickly and repeatedly.
    • She was then grabbed from behind and assaulted by a mystery assailant.
    • The age range of assailants further suggests that this was not a crime confined to young men.
    • The angle of entry of the arrow indicates that the assailant was standing below his victim when he attacked.
    • The assailants fled after the attack, for which no militant group has claimed responsibility.
    • Despite an intensive police search, neither the attacker nor his two assailants were found.
    • As I physically wrenched her assailant away from her, my sign was also grabbed and ripped up.
    • Now the theory runs that one or more assailants killed the poor fellow in a two-day running fight.
    • She died in a hail of bullets fired on Sunday by two assailants using assault rifles.