Translation of hangman in Spanish:


verdugo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhæŋmən//ˈhæŋˌmæn//ˈhaŋmən/


  • 1

    verdugo masculine
    • Its gnarled branches twisted and turned into the air, and a hangman's noose hung from one of its thickest and strongest branches.
    • Of all Stalin's hangmen, the most frightening was the last.
    • Again, due to the treason of fundamentalist hangmen, our people have been caught in the claws of the monster of a vast war and destruction.
    • Indeed, from hangmen, Copper Kings, scientists, and artists to hoboes, harlots, and homesteaders, we enjoyed Montana and western history in all its varied aspects.
    • On the same basis, skiers should be warned that those plank things on their feet could cause them to slide downhill rather rapidly and hangmen that their gallows were a bit unsafe because of that ruddy great trapdoor.
    • Across the road there's Provand's Lordship, Glasgow's oldest house, dating back to 1471, home in the 19th century to Glasgow's hangmen, who would have dispatched many a Duke Street prisoner.
    • But for nearly all the cases we considered, it wouldn't have mattered if we were all hooded hangmen.
    • At this point the forensic psychiatrist is invited to participate in a legally authorized execution, an act that makes doctors, at least metaphorically, into hangmen's accomplices.
    • Thanks to a new book from historian and author of popular true crime books James Bland, the gruesome lives of some of the country's most infamous hangmen are brought vividly to life.
    • The latter two are deviously funny as perverts, self-aggrandising but insecure bounty hunters, game-show-host-styled hangmen, and lords and ladies of the depraved aristocracy.
    • If your community needs judges, jailers, or even hangmen, and you are qualified, he declares, sign up!
    • He is interested in the character of the hangmen.
    • British hangmen, we were told, took pride in their skill and efficiency.
    • I presume those arguing for fox hunting were complaining then that the banning of capital punishment ended decades of tradition and that loss of jobs for hangmen was enough to outweigh any moral issues.
    • During Burns's own lifetime, books and poems were burned in Edinburgh's High street by the common hangmen.
    • But I'd never ask anyone - a hangman or executioner, to do something I wouldn't do myself, nor approve of it.
    • It is no accident that he seeking to recruit the torturers, hangmen and thugs of the old Baathist regime.
    • Mallick comes from a family of professional hangmen - his father, D. Mallick, had hanged nearly 500 people.
    • Well Diane, finally, how do you think that history will judge these people who were the hangmen?
    • Now the colourful life of Pierrepoint - whose father and uncle had been hangmen before him - is to be turned into a film, The Last Hangman, with Timothy Spall in the main role.
  • 2

    ahorcado masculine
    • As I recall, my early school years included a gazillion games of hangman.
    • We played hangman and tic-tac toe in the dry sand to conserve water for writing.
    • We started out with the old standard hangman, then figured out ways to complicate it.
    • She must have seen our hangman games because she stopped.
    • The games include crosswords, hangman and cryptogram.
    • His fears are confirmed when he spies a curious Post-It note on the fridge revealing an unfinished game of hangman.
    • Use washable window markers to make colorful creations that even passers-by can enjoy, or to play endless, paper-free games like tic-tac-toe and hangman.
    • Arresting young children for a crayon drawing, not unlike the games of hangman we once all played, is the ultimate meaning and logic of Zero Tolerance.
    • We talked, listened to songs, played games like anti-tictactoe (where your objective is to force the other person to get three in a row), hangman and scrabble.
    • Russian American immigrant Olesa Zaharova leads a game of hangman on the blackboard of her language class.
    • Plus, you can write letters home to let your partner know how much you're missing them, and that you're not even joining in the games of filthy hangman.
    • And Jamie isn't in my English set so I had no one to play hangman with.
    • At his daytime job he has ominous conversations with a sinister welder whom none of his co-workers has ever seen, and he finds cryptic notes in his apartment in the form of handwritten hangman games.
    • I let most of my classes play hangman in the last five minutes before class ends if they complete the work that I have set for them.
    • Cards and games of hangman were our salvation and how we managed to remain positive while barely able to stand the smell of each other, I will never know.
    • ‘James, play hangman with me on the board,’ she insisted.
    • Provided by Summerhill School in Kingswinford, the site provides interactive online activities for students, using popular games such as hangman.
    • The priest's sermon, recalling his youthful days as a missionary, doesn't garner much attention as the kids use stubby pencils to play hangman on the backs of their programs.
    • Playing Cranium feels like playing charades, Pictionary, Trivial Pursuit, Name That Tune and hangman all at once.
    • The resources here include comprehension activities and games such as hangman, and plenty of information about the news, culture and lifestyle of German-speaking countries.