Translation of hooker in Spanish:

hooker

prostituta, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhʊkər//ˈhʊkə/

noun

  • 1

    (prostitute)
    prostituta feminine
    puta feminine vulgar slang
    • The subject matter alone - serial killers and kinky hookers - could have sent the film spiraling into sensationalism.
    • It's full of hookers and prostitutes, and you may even be lured into their traps.
    • The bad news is that he was with a woman who looked like a hooker.
    • Since Street Watch, which involves recording information about kerb crawlers and hookers, was launched in 2001, the number of prostitutes on Swindon streets has fallen from more than 20 to four or five.
    • And I'm not even going to think about the people who think that hookers are fair game.
    • Who was the dude in New York that fell in love with a hooker?
    • No, instead he walks on and starts up a conversation with a hooker on the next street corner.
    • Someone should tell this man that it might be cheaper and easier to locate a caring hooker at a brothel.
    • Because the work is demanding and intimate, they see themselves as closer to therapists than to hookers - and have deep, long-lasting ties to their regulars.
    • On the other end of the spectrum is Tim, 47, a writer, who confessed to his now-wife that he used to see street hookers regularly.
    • According to a 1999 study on street prostitution, the city has about 500 hookers plying their trade openly.
    • Next thing he's going to be cheating on me with hookers or lap dancers.
    • I asked him if he had slept with this girl, a hooker on cocaine stripping for a living.
    • The Europa was a strip joint, drug den and haven for hookers, particularly under-age girls.
    • When driving the seedier strips in Hollywood, I no longer look at the prostitutes on the street as mere hookers but as potential victims in a mechanized criminal network.
    • I left the front desk and spotted a sexy hooker hanging out on a nearby bench.
    • It was barely mid afternoon and the hookers on the streets were already on call, as if they needed to reach a quota before the next morning.
    • Pimping, hookers, all sexual acts and explicit language have been censored in the Australian version.
    • She winced at the sight of them, holding onto his hand out of fear that they would grab her and lead her into their world of hookers and prostitutes.
    • Many of the 20 or so minor characters - various thugs, hookers, a pimp and a porn director - are forgettable clichés.
  • 2

    (in rugby)
    talonador masculine
    talonadora feminine
    • The man who stood out in the lineouts against the Italians was new captain Bobby Skinstad, but the wet conditions will make it difficult for the hookers to get the ball in straight when throwing at the back.
    • Paul was impressive last week against Salford after switching from scrum half to hooker early on after Aaron Smith suffered a head injury.
    • And of course there was the odd little bit of wizardry with the ball that hookers are not supposed even to contemplate never mind attempt.
    • Pratt can play in a number of positions - wing, stand-off, hooker or even loose forward.
    • The changes included a first cap for substitute flank Tim Dullane and a complete reshuffle of the front-row to accommodate reserve hooker Hanyani Shimange.