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bandit

noun [C]  /ˈbæn·dɪt/ us  
an armed thief, esp. (in older use) one who attacks people while they are traveling: Bandits attacked the travelers just outside of town.
Translations of “bandit”
in Spanish bandido…
in French bandit…
in German der Bandit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 土匪, 盜賊, 暴徒…
in Russian разбойник, бандит…
in Turkish haydut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 土匪, 盗贼, 暴徒…
in Polish bandyta…
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