Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

atracar in English:

1. mug mug


I never want to see his ugly mug again.
My favourite mug.
It's easy to do business with Jack. He has everything written on his mug.
Officer! What are you gonna do with this mug?
Yesterday, some guys mugged Jack.
someone mugged Annika and stole her copy
What an ugly mug she has!
You messed everything up, you're such a mug.
“I haven’t seen you in a long time.” Dykstra’s mug shot has been in the news recently.
He drank that large beer mug dry.
He was mugged as he walked across the park.
A mug is a typical souvenir.
Say what you like about DeNiro, but sure has a memorable mug.
mugger, mugging
napaść kogoś w celach rabunkowych, Der.: mugger (n), mugging (n)

2. to rob to rob



English word "atracar"(to rob) occurs in sets:

Law and crime - Ley y delitos

3. to burgle to burgle



English word "atracar"(to burgle) occurs in sets:

Law and crime - Ley y delitos