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truant

noun   /ˈtruː·ənt/
a child who is absent from school without permission niño o niña absentista
play truant UK
to be regularly absent from school without permission hacer novillos Most parents are horrified when they discover their children have been playing truant from school.2376
(Definition of truant from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

truant

noun /ˈtruənt/
someone who stays away from school etc without permission novillero The truants were caught and sent back to school.
truancy noun
novillos, ausencia no justificada de un escolar Truancy is a great problem in some schools.
play truant
to be a truant and stay away from school etc hacer novillos He was always playing truant (from school).
(Definition of truant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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