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Translation of "burglar" - English-Turkish dictionary

burglar

noun [C]     /ˈbɜːɡlər/
B2 someone who gets into buildings illegally and steals things soyguncu, hırsız Miscellaneous criminals
Translations of “burglar”
in Arabic لِصّ…
in Korean 절도범…
in Malaysian pencuri…
in French cambrioleur/-euse…
in Italian scassinatore, -trice, svaligiatore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 入室竊賊…
in Russian грабитель…
in Polish włamywacz/ka…
in Vietnamese kẻ trộm…
in Spanish ladrón…
in Portuguese assaltante…
in Thai ผู้ร้ายย่องเบา…
in German der Einbruch…
in Catalan lladre…
in Japanese (人家に押し込む)泥棒, 押し込み強盗…
in Indonesian maling, pencuri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 入室窃贼…
(Definition of burglar from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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