Translation of ram raid in Spanish:

ram raid

asaltar, v.

transitive verb

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    (rompiendo el escaparate con un vehículo) asaltar

noun

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    alunizaje masculine Spain slang
    (que se comete rompiendo el escaparate con un vehículo) asalto masculine
    • Following a ram raid in November 2002, Mrs Skirrow and her business partner Sarah Oakley had shutters installed.
    • The council was supposed to be fencing off the shops to prevent ram raids but that has not been completed.
    • A Tadworth man has been charged in connection with three ram raids in Banstead, which were all carried out on the same night.
    • Detectives are probing links between two smash-and-grab robberies on Bolton banks and a ram raid on a Bury bank.
    • ‘We are hoping to stay because other than our problems with the ram raids this is a good little shop and we want to keep it as such,’ she said.
    • Police have arrested three men and a juvenile over a ram raid at Lamb for Liquor bottle shop early on Sunday morning.
    • We have had robberies in the past, but not ram raids.
    • We went to see one of the pharmacists there who was just getting over a ram raid through her shop window.
    • Incidents have included ram raids and commercial burglaries.
    • There have been 24 ram raids throughout Kent since December 2004.
    • The Leigh shop, which has only had three managers in its 48 year history, was the target of a big armed robbery in 1988 and has since been the subject of ram raids.
    • The move follows a series of recent ram raids, when thieves have smashed into the barriers to get at the cash.
    • The white Ford Sierra was used in three ram raids before ending up burnt-out in Beare Heath, four miles south of Dorking.
    • But many other villains are stealing cars to use in other crimes, such as robberies and ram raids, then setting fire to them to cover their tracks.
    • Raiders used a stolen four-wheel-drive vehicle in an early morning ram raid on a Salisbury gift shop on Friday.
    • The other day I visited a pharmacist in Auckland who had suffered from ram raids.
    • A gang of masked robbers stole thousands of pounds worth of electrical equipment during a ram raid on a shop in Prestwich.
    • Just over a year ago, Eurotechnix was a victim of a ram raid.
    • Karen said they realised the seven-seater Shogun was gone on Tuesday morning and then received a phone call from the police to say it had been used in a ram raid.
    • Offenders stole 12 bottles of Jim Beam bourbon in the ram raid at the Chapman Road store.