Translation of hustler in Spanish:

hustler

persona trabajadora, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhʌslə//ˈhəslər/

noun

US

  • 1informal

    (hard worker)
    persona trabajadora feminine
    he's a real hustler es muy trabajador / tenaz
    • Beginning by interviewing addicts and small time hustlers, her determination to root out the cause of the problem lead to confrontation with the inner circle of violent drug barons.
    • There I was on the street, I looked around and I had been observing the hustlers only for a few moments when I assumed the stance.
    • What a hustler or conman is looking for in a victim, we are very usefully told, is not stupidity but loneliness.
    • The boy isn't just homeless; he's also a hustler and dealer, and it is easy to see where Suzette's life is headed when the two begin dating.
    • In his world of small-time hustlers, grouchy thugs and laconic crimefighters, there's always somebody with a new angle to work or a new beef to settle.
    • The street hustlers and prostitutes were nervous about the police, but took the view that you had to keep to the rules.
    • For instance, in Brazil professional and amateur hustlers constitute different groups, where the latter usually do not identify as hustlers.
    • When he was a teenager, he lived on the street as a hustler and prostitute.
    • Far from being elitist, this song hails even the so-called socially deviant members of society such as hustlers who perch on street corners.
    • For years, I had identified with what I saw in my community: the gang members, drug dealers, street hustlers and even the winos sitting in the alley.
    • I've got money, I've got a good home, I've got friendship in all walks of life and I'm neither a pimp, nor a hustler, nor a thief, nor a liar.
    • Then, on his way home after work late on Christmas Eve, he encounters a street hustler who turns out to be an angel of sorts.
    • Another product of the streets, at twenty Sarah's resume included the occupations of thief, hustler, pick pocket and prostitute.
    • He's a thief, hustler, scamster, con man, who enjoys ripping off friends, family, waiters, old ladies, etc.
    • The origin was unknown to everyone; even the hustlers that sold it.
    • The play itself gives me more than enough information without having to go talk to hustlers and see how they actually live.
    • If a driver stops to engage street hustlers and the car is from outside the neighborhood, the car's owner may receive an anonymous letter.
    • After a bit of staggering between bars and buses, we were missing the attention of the local hasslers, and were plotting on better ways of dealing with touts and hustlers.
    • The self-labeled hustler tries to sell electric toothbrushes.
    • I shall meet some con men and hustlers, too, I suppose.
    • I wandered the streets, being offered every illegal drug on the market by hustlers.
    • But I've dealt with plenty of street hustlers, and they always have an angle going.
    • Street hustlers and gang members, far from rejecting traditional roles, continue to aspire to a situation where they can raise their children in economic and emotional security.
    • The hustlers and street kids are rough and do things that are illegal, but they care for each other and they aren't viewed as immoral.
    • I didn't get any of that working with the pimps, or the hustlers.
  • 2slang

    (swindler)
    estafador masculine
    estafadora feminine
    jinetero masculine Cuba informal
    jinetera feminine Cuba informal
  • 3slang

    (prostitute)
    puto masculine vulgar slang
    puta feminine vulgar slang
    jinetero masculine Cuba informal
    jinetera feminine Cuba informal