Translation of buster in Spanish:

buster

fulano, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbʌstə//ˈbəstər/

noun

US
informal

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    (as form of address)
    fulano informal
    macho Spain informal
    güey Mexico informal
    gallo Chile informal
    che River Plate informal
    • We're going to make sure that Princess Gwen gets back at you for trying to hurt our pride… you wait and see, buster!
    • ‘Hold on, buster.’ She held out her hands to stop him.
    • One more stunt like this, buster, and you're becoming a smoker.
    • If I find out who you are, you won't rest easy anytime I'm in the same room, buster.
    • I have a lot more to worry about than you, buster.
    • If it's good enough for Prince, it's good enough for you, buster.
    • It's shaped like a little gargoyle who's crouching over the teapot underneath, as if to say, ‘Back off, buster!’
    • ‘That's what happens in this business, buster,’ she sniffed in disgust.
    • ‘Don't try to get yourself off the hook, buster,’ Nicole scolded, wagging her finger at him like an impatient mother.
    • Now I know and, let me tell you something, buster, I'm none too pleased!
    • Try walking around the block a few times, buster.
    • If you want a different sound card or a bigger hard drive, sorry, buster, you're out of luck.
    • ‘Say that again and you'll never see the light of day again, buster,’ I said in mock threat.
    • ‘Then you owe me, buster,’ she muttered as she stood up from the bed.
    • If this is one of your pranks again, then you will find yourself in deep trouble, buster.
    • But don't think that gets you off the hook, buster.
    • ‘Well, let me tell you something, buster,’ I pointed a finger, touching his sharped, narrow nose.
    • If you think I'd fall for your line, you've got another thing going, buster!
    • As the Belgian pulled alongside us, Tom said to him, ‘Hey, buster, we've lost our passport, and we're not in a good mood.’