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Translation of "scout" - English-Spanish dictionary

scout

noun   /skaʊt/
a person, especially a soldier, sent out to get information about where the enemy are and what they are doing explorador, -ora 683713
a person employed to look for people with particular skills, especially in sport or entertainment cazatalentos a talent/modellingtalent/modeling scout Manchester United’s chief scout spotted him when he was playing for his school team.14373000
(Definition of scout from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

scout

noun /skaut/
a person, aircraft etc sent out to bring in information, spy etc explorador The scouts reported that there were enemy troops nearby.
(with capital explorador, scout formerly Boy Scout) a member of the Scout Movement, an organization of boys formed to develop alertness and strong character.
(Definition of scout from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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