Translation of saboteur in Spanish:


saboteador, n.

Pronunciation /ˌsæbəˈtər//ˌsabəˈtəː/


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    saboteador masculine
    saboteadora feminine
    • Some of it was on the interwoven struggles of families, law enforcement, saboteurs, and oil and gas workers in northern Alberta's Peace region.
    • Closer to the capital, saboteurs began felling towers with explosives; one attack plunged the city into a three-day blackout.
    • During the boat ride, he pointed out the site of a former Maori pa, a fortified settlement hidden in the bush where warriors had hauled their canoes high up the cliffs to protect them from saboteurs.
    • Police are making great savings by no longer having to send officers and helicopters out to deal with clashes between hunts and saboteurs on almost every Saturday during the winter.
    • During the General Strike in 1926, saboteurs derailed the Flying Scotsman and two of the 10 coaches it was pulling.
    • Military tribunals for spies and saboteurs are nothing special.
    • Joachim Ronneberg and 11 other saboteurs were sent to destroy the Norsk Hydro plant in the Telemark region of Norway in February 1943.
    • But with about 4,350 miles of pipelines crisscrossing the country, officials concede there are many places for saboteurs to strike.
    • While Shell officials tried to investigate, a group of unidentified saboteurs set the pipeline on fire, Shell said in a statement.
    • The tracks were prime targets of saboteurs fighting the Japanese in World War II, and, afterwards, the French who built the line.
    • It tells of a plan in which a plane from a specially equipped submarine would spray San Diego and saboteurs were to land secretly to poison California's water supply.
    • And, to top it all off, saboteurs blew up the oil pipeline to Turkey, which had just started working a few days ago.
    • The Camp was first opened for the purpose of training American and British agents who would drop behind enemy lines as spies, saboteurs and secret agents.
    • There will be whingers in IBEC who will call the farmers traitors and saboteurs and who will say the country can't afford any more supports for the farmers.
    • In that ruling, the justices said spies and saboteurs were violators of the law of war and so were not entitled to prisoner-of-war protections.
    • Therefore, it is imperative to prevent the fight for freedom and peace, dignity and justice being hijacked by the double dealers and slick saboteurs.
    • The chief engineer of the pipeline said saboteurs are definitely responsible for the resultant explosion and fire.
    • German saboteurs plotted a wartime bombing campaign in Britain using exploding cans of processed peas, according to secret files made public for the first time today.
    • In the current conditions, it is imperative for political parties and the people to take the initiative in order to foil the schemes of terrorists and saboteurs.
    • A contractor who harvested corn on the farm gave up when saboteurs planted metal bars in the ground to wreck his combine harvester.