Translation of tracker in Spanish:

tracker

rastreador, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtrakə//ˈtrækər/

noun

  • 1

    (in hunting)
    rastreador masculine
    rastreadora feminine
    • A dozen wildlife trackers and sheriff's deputies had searched more than 24 hours for the animal, which escaped on Monday.
    • Aboriginal trackers led the police to his doorstep.
    • We follow a group of zoologists and trackers into a forest where, spying their quarry, a wild, naked girl, they shoot her with tranquilliser darts.
    • From there, the trackers could follow the trail.
    • Following two expert Waliangulu trackers, we dashed through thick bush to keep the elephant's red, dust covered back in sight as it seemed to float above the gray, leafless Comiphora bush.
    • With these professional trackers, we find animals signs everywhere.
    • Police marksmen with Aborigine trackers were hunting for two dingoes or wild dogs who attacked the boys on Fraser Island, scene of a spate of attacks in recent years.
    • The museum display will tell the story of firemen, policemen, emergency service workers, ambulance workers, trackers - professionals and volunteers.
    • While they are resting during the day, Kino discovers that there are trackers following them.
    • She refuses to separate from him even for Coyotito's sake, and so they continue on looping back and forth, making their trail somewhat difficult for the trackers to follow.
    • This would mean that participants could qualify as chefs, skinners, trackers or professional hunters and be recognised for their skills.
    • He'll have guards and scouts and trackers out all over the city.
    • Whatever the origin, we know the dachshund was developed and refined by the German foresters into an excellent tracker and fearless hunter.
    • During the search, police used aboriginal trackers and aircraft to search thousands of miles of Outback.
    • Polish border police fighting smugglers of people, drugs, tobacco, nuclear material and weapons are employing American Indian trackers to guard the frontier with Ukraine.
    • Aboriginal trackers lead the police to the boy, who had stayed behind in town despite the departure of the funfair.
    • In the following manhunt, police used aboriginal trackers and aircraft to comb an area stretching thousands of miles, but to no avail.
    • His body has never been found, despite months of searching that involved police agents, Aboriginal trackers and helicopters.
    • It is the story of an Aboriginal tracker who guides three police troopers in search of an accused Aboriginal man.
    • Some of us were hunters, trackers, warriors, scouts, and homemakers.
  • 2

    (in search)
    rastreador masculine
    rastreadora feminine
    baquiano masculine Latin America
    baquiana feminine Latin America