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  1. malefactor:
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Detailed Translations for malefactor from English to Spanish

malefactor:

malefactor [the ~] noun

  1. the malefactor (criminal; perpetrator; delinquent; offender; evil-doer)
    el delincuente; el pícaro; el criminal; el sinvergüenza; el culpable; el infractor; el malhechor; el transgresor

Translation Matrix for malefactor:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
criminal criminal; delinquent; evil-doer; malefactor; offender; perpetrator bastard; cad; rascal; rogue; scoundrel; villain
culpable criminal; delinquent; evil-doer; malefactor; offender; perpetrator
delincuente criminal; delinquent; evil-doer; malefactor; offender; perpetrator bastard; cad; rascal; rogue; scoundrel; villain
infractor criminal; delinquent; evil-doer; malefactor; offender; perpetrator offender; perpetrator; traffic violator
malhechor criminal; delinquent; evil-doer; malefactor; offender; perpetrator
pícaro criminal; delinquent; evil-doer; malefactor; offender; perpetrator bastard; cad; jackanapes; naughty boy; naughty child; queer chap; queer fellow; rascal; rogue; scoundrel; slyboots; villain; wag
sinvergüenza criminal; delinquent; evil-doer; malefactor; offender; perpetrator asshole; bastard; brute; cad; hulk; ill-mannered brute; nasty piece of work; rascal; rogue; rotter; scoundrel; villain; wretch; wretched fellow
transgresor criminal; delinquent; evil-doer; malefactor; offender; perpetrator offender; perpetrator
- criminal; crook; felon; outlaw
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- evil-doer; evildoer
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
criminal banal; below the belt; blackguardly; coarse; criminal; gross; illegal; mean; nasty; of criminal law; pedestrian; roguish; rotten; scoundrelly; shabby; trite; trivial; unmannerly; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vile; villainous; vulgar
culpable guilty
pícaro boy-like; boyish; frivolous; light; mischievous; naughty; playful; rascally; waggish
sinvergüenza bad; base; behind one's back; blackguardly; caddish; cunning; cute; false; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; roguish; scoundrelly; scurvy; secretly; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; underhand; vicious; vile; villainous

Related Words for "malefactor":

  • malefactors

Synonyms for "malefactor":


Related Definitions for "malefactor":

  1. someone who has committed a crime or has been legally convicted of a crime1

Wiktionary Translations for malefactor:

malefactor
noun
  1. evildoer



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