Translation of vigilante in Spanish:


vigilante, n.

Pronunciation /ˌvɪdʒəˈlæn(t)i//ˌvɪdʒɪˈlanti/


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    vigilante masculine
    vigilanta feminine
    before noun vigilante group grupo de vigilancia masculine
    • Many were arrested by police and others were injured by unidentified vigilantes.
    • Set in a world that saw actual costumed vigilantes appear in real life as opposed to the funny books we are treated to a view of the superhero as outcast.
    • Still, it was only a matter of time until someone defied the vigilantes and challenged their powers of enforcement.
    • The men claimed to be members of a vigilante organisation but contradicted each other as to which one.
    • The thugs, vigilantes and enforcers have to end their activities - and be seen to do so.
    • A community of spam vigilantes constantly is improving free programs such as SpamAssassin.
    • The vigilante is either a lone-wolf cop or an aggrieved private citizen.
    • I will also be talking with two outspoken critics of the Minuteman Project who say the minutemen are simply vigilantes.
    • Although the details of her release are being kept a secret, her family's addresses are well-known to the media and any potential vigilantes.
    • These vigilantes are an assault on the values of Australia.
    • Health authorities or even vigilantes ought to have shut it down years ago.
    • Asked if there was a danger that standing up and being counted could lead to vigilantism, he said that he would not advocate the use of vigilantes.
    • He could have asked for something specific such as proper prosecution of the guilty and a roundup of vigilantes.
    • Then they would not be terrorists, but vigilantes.
    • A human life has been extinguished by private guards acting as vigilantes in the defense of a multimillion-dollar company.
    • In other districts, vigilantes set up roadblocks and patrolled neighbourhoods to deter thieves and looters.
    • Just a few months ago the run-up to such an occasion would have had the wires of Wall Street's vigilantes humming.
    • It becomes clear these men are self-styled vigilantes who are attempting to intimidate the looters and take back the goods they have stolen.
    • The communities around these people are not irrational vigilantes but more likely incoherent with grief.
    • You want to take sides with the vigilantes and call them heroes.