There are 2 main translations of trick or treat in Spanish

: trick or treat1trick or treat2

trick or treat1

noun

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    • Invite all your friends and ask them to bring a carved pumpkin and plenty of trick or treat goodies.
    • I've figured out how to put the trick in trick or treat.
    • Staffordshire Police is urging parents to dissuade their children from taking part in the Halloween activity known as trick or treat.
    • Today is the day for trick or treat.
    • This Halloween have all that candy ready for trick or treat and a scary movie already in the DVD player.
    • At 7.30 pm recently we had an insistent ringing on the door by children dressed for trick or treat.
    • It's definitely a case of trick or treat this weekend depending on where you're going in Wales.
    • Unlike trick or treat, Mischief Night is a long-standing British tradition.
    • It's trick or treat time all this month in Salem, Massachusetts, the seaport north of Boston.
    • Extra police will patrol Stockport at Halloween after complaints about trick or treat kids.
    • The police chief superintendent has warned that trick or treat could be considered a serious criminal offence.
    • When they play trick or treat, they throw broken eggs all over your doorstep if you don't give them something.
    • As an elderly person who does not want to open the door at night to strangers, trick or treat can be a nightmare.
    • There was a great display of spooky costumes in Clonaslee on Sunday, October 31 as local children went on their trick or treat rounds.
    • The centre is holding a week of scary celebrations ending with a trick or treat day on Friday.
    • In response to Mrs Speedie's letter regarding trick or treat, all I can say is "Bah Humbug!"
    • Police spokeswoman Alvina Kumar said: "Each year we receive complaints, particularly from elderly people who find trick or treat upsetting".
    • Extra police patrols will also be brought in to crack down on anyone who goes over the top while playing trick or treat.
    • A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said unaccompanied children out after dark could be vulnerable any night of the year and that trick or treat night made them no safer.

    frase con la cual en la noche de Halloween los niños amenazan con una jugarreta si no reciben un regalo


There are 2 main translations of trick or treat in Spanish

: trick or treat1trick or treat2

trick or treat2

intransitive verb

  • 1

    to go trick or treating salir a recorrer casas amenazando con una jugarreta si no se recibe un regalo
    • Kids are going to go trick-or-treating tomorrow night all over America.
    • Parents were warned not to let their children go out trick or treating alone.
    • Sadly, the days of trick or treating are over.
    • For safety reasons children should never trick or treat alone or go into strangers ' homes.
    • Children who go trick or treating on Halloween are " siding with the devil ", a church group has claimed.
    • Goodies for trick-or-treating, hay rides, movie, haunted bus ride.
    • Rebekka wasn't in the mood to go trick or treating that year.
    • My little boy wanted to go begging - sorry, trick or treating.
    • We went to a Pumpkin Farm and the kids went real trick or treating.
    • Our community is the sort where children go trick or treating on Hallowe'en.
    • Trick or treating was a neighborhood thing, not a shopping mall thing.
    • You see, we don't have any tradition of "trick or treating" here in the UK.
    • Children should not be allowed out trick or treating on their own.
    • Parents are also being reminded to take extra precautions if their children were planning to go trick-or-treating.
    • I imagine he'd be a fun person to go trick or treating with come Halloween.
    • Mr Tout accuses me of blaming children from Westbury Junior School for all misbehaviour during ' trick or treating ' at Halloween.
    • Body lights are wonderful for making trick-or-treating a safer experience.
    • The party started alright, and then about 15 of us decided to go trick or treating.
    • My friends make fun of me because I still want to go trick-or-treating on Halloween.
    • The fact that kids had lost the freedom to enjoy trick or treating saddened Michael.