Translation of mobster in Spanish:

mobster

gángster, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɑbstər//ˈmɒbstə/

noun

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    gángster masculine
    mafioso masculine
    mafiosa feminine
    • Players are Chicago era mobsters trying to make off with briefcases full of stolen loot.
    • Up is down and black is white in this world of mobsters and molls.
    • Thieves rob the Mafia, killing three mobsters and two cops in the process.
    • And it has hauled a group of Mafia mobsters into the dock to testify.
    • Not everyone who commits a crime while wearing a suit is a mobster.
    • When they witness one of their colleagues being murdered by a local mobster, however, everything changes.
    • In some way, you had to know he was a gangster, a killer, a mobster.
    • Posing as mobsters, Customs agents bought the automatic rifles from the workers and later arrested the suspects.
    • The same day of disaster and terror saw the gangland executions of seven mobsters in 1929.
    • Nowadays it has mobsters and corrupt cops and grandsons of evil geniuses who tried to freeze the world.
    • There wasn't a big difference between cops and mobsters, they did the same thing except one was always perceived as a hero and the other a monster.
    • It's also one of the primary reasons the moviegoing public is fascinated with mobsters and movies about mobsters.
    • Dealing with a mobster was like dealing with a terrorist, he had told himself.
    • This had no effect at all on those violent mobsters, who continued merrily to have fun at the expense of innocent citizens.
    • This is not, however, a story of organised crime (in spite of the cover picture of mobsters with machine guns).
    • It's not the series' finest episode, but it's arguably the funniest, as the mobsters slowly lose touch with reality and civilization.
    • It was full of guys who thought they were thugs, mobsters and junkies.
    • Once darkness falls, the army cedes huge areas of the shanty towns to local gangs and mobsters.
    • The 1970 law, which was originally created to prosecute mobsters, makes normal business a crime if it is part of an illegal conspiracy.
    • The mobsters also ripped off two federally supervised funds that subsidize rural phone companies through another billing scam, they said.