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Translation of "vandal" - English-Spanish dictionary

vandal

noun   /ˈvæn·dəl/
someone who damages things in public places vándalo, -a, gamberro, -a Vandals smashed the shop window.
(Definition of vandal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

vandal

noun /ˈvӕndəl/
a person who purposely and pointlessly damages or destroys public buildings or other property vándalo Vandals have damaged the telephone box.
vandalism noun
the behaviour/behavior of a vandal vandalismo All the telephones are out of order owing to vandalism.
vandalize verb ( (also vandaliseBritish))
destrozar The lift in our block of flats has been vandalized.
(Definition of vandal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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