Translation of knocker in Spanish:


aldaba, n.

Pronunciation /ˈnɒkə//ˈnɑkər/


  • 1

    (on door)
    aldaba feminine
    llamador masculine
    • Someone started to ring the doorbell while someone else was banging the knocker.
    • Stepping resolutely forward, the red-head lifted the heavy brass knocker.
    • Brighton lifted the brass knocker on the door, and let it drop.
    • He lifted the heavy knocker and knocked again.
    • She walked up to the door and banged the knocker once.
  • 2knockers plural

    melones masculine informal
    tetas feminine informal
    • That is the policy of the knockers and the naggers.
    • The critics and the knockers were out in force to quickly write off their chances.
    • But the knockers were silenced when Wigan claimed their first piece of silverware in four years, thanks to a 21-12 success over their bitter rivals.
    • Grant's gritty man-of-the-match performance against Crewe on Saturday was the perfect answer to criticism from manager Stan Ternent and the knockers in the Turf Moor stands.
    • The fiery Welshman has his knockers just like Windass.
    • What do the Bush detractors and the America knockers say now?
    • He may have his legion of knockers who scoff at his lack of goals compared with his wage packet.
    • Such a scenario is meat and drink to the increasing band of media knockers seemingly intent on dismissing Bolton's chances of avoiding the drop.
    • The 10-year-old survived yet another season of calls for his retirement, thwarting his knockers with four victories, which took his career earnings past the £1m mark.
    • Fallon, badly injured in a fall at Royal Ascot last June, resumed riding in Dubai over the winter, but has had his share of knockers since returning to Britain last month.