Translation of hideout in Spanish:


guarida, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhaɪdˌaʊt//ˈhʌɪdaʊt/


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    guarida feminine
    • The crunch of the leaves told them that their hideout would soon be discovered.
    • Shortly after dawn on September 10, five military helicopters swooped on the remote jungle hideout.
    • It is rugged country, mostly mountainous, with hundreds of caves and hideouts.
    • He retreated to his hideouts in the mountains of Tajikistan, taking his men and their weapons with him.
    • The capture came at 5.30 pm GMT last night, after US forces received intelligence on two possible hideouts in the town.
    • He used his freedom of movement to steal and smuggle Jewish secular and religious texts to safe hideouts, where some of them were to survive the war.
    • As the news of the victory spread across the country, villagers left their mountain hideouts and joined his righteous army, which grew into a force of 2,000 people.
    • Security forces recovered a huge quantity of arms and ammunitions from different hideouts raided during the last 24 hours.
    • Despite superior numbers and firepower, Russian troops have been unable to uproot the rebels from their mountainous hideouts.
    • One reason that no one ever discovered their hideout was because no one ever dared to stray too far into the forest.
    • Most of the men in the village had also sought protection from the guerrillas, whose hideouts were located in several hilly areas nearby.
    • With its maze of undulating ravines and dense forests, the Chambal Valley has provided perfect cover for the hideouts of numerous dacoit gangs for decades.
    • A secretive millionaire Rangers fan has bought a castle, once used as a hideout by Rob Roy MacGregor, to be closer to his beloved Ibrox Park.
    • Although most of the hostages were released unharmed in exchange for the rebels' safe passage to their hideouts, this act of terrorism cannot be condoned.
    • The rebels' hideouts are based in northern Uganda and in southern Sudan.
    • Russian news agencies said the gunships pounded guerrilla hideouts in the region's mountainous south, killing at least a dozen people.
    • The islands of the Caribbean are filled with significant historical sites, from old forts to pirate hideouts.
    • The islanders said they had survived Cyclone Zoe by fleeing to mountain hideouts along paths their ancestors had used for centuries during cyclones.
    • The police teams have in the past few days carried out extensive searches and raids on possible hideouts of the accused.
    • The pair then went on the run and were only discovered at a hideout in Leeds following a nationwide manhunt after the killing.