Detailed Translations for raid from English to Spanish


raid [the ~] noun

  1. the raid (hold up; assault)
    el ataque; la correría; el asalto; la redada; la rapiña; la idea; la incursión; la batida; la invasión; la incursiones; el merodeo; la razia; el ataque masivo
  2. the raid (swoop; round-up)
    la redada; la razia
  3. the raid (invasion)
    la invasión; la entrada; la irrupción
  4. the raid (storming; attack; assault; )
    el ataque; el asalto
  5. the raid
    la correría; la expedición de pillaje; la incursión; la pecorea

to raid verb (raids, raided, raiding)

  1. to raid (attack; assault; lay violent hands upon; violate; storm)
  2. to raid (plunder; loot; pillage)
  3. to raid (besiege; attack; assault; storm)

Conjugations for raid:

  1. raid
  2. raid
  3. raids
  4. raid
  5. raid
  6. raid
simple past
  1. raided
  2. raided
  3. raided
  4. raided
  5. raided
  6. raided
present perfect
  1. have raided
  2. have raided
  3. has raided
  4. have raided
  5. have raided
  6. have raided
past continuous
  1. was raiding
  2. were raiding
  3. was raiding
  4. were raiding
  5. were raiding
  6. were raiding
  1. shall raid
  2. will raid
  3. will raid
  4. shall raid
  5. will raid
  6. will raid
continuous present
  1. am raiding
  2. are raiding
  3. is raiding
  4. are raiding
  5. are raiding
  6. are raiding
  1. be raided
  2. be raided
  3. be raided
  4. be raided
  5. be raided
  6. be raided
  1. raid!
  2. let's raid!
  3. raided
  4. raiding
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for raid:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acometer affecting; assault; attack; attacking; coming over; defamation; impairing; imputation; injuring; stealing over
asalto assault; attack; hold up; raid; run; rush; scaling; storming bankrobbery; street-robbery
atacar affecting; assault; attack; attacking; defamation; impairing; imputation; injuring
ataque assault; attack; hold up; raid; run; rush; scaling; storming apoplectic stroke; brain haemorrhage; cerebral haemorrhage; gust of wind; nervous breakdown; squall; stroke
ataque masivo assault; hold up; raid crowd; gathering; group
batida assault; hold up; raid
correría assault; hold up; raid
entrada invasion; raid access; access route; admission; admittance; arrival; bust; coming; deposit; door; doorway; down payment; drive; entering; entrance; entranceway; entry; foyer; front door; hall; headword; incoming; lemma; lobby; police raid; printing of a story; registration; reservation; street door; theatre-ticket; vestibule
expedición de pillaje raid
idea assault; hold up; raid angle; aspect; attitude; awareness; brightness; cleverness; conception; consciousness; conviction; creed; discernment; disposition; fabrication; fantasy; figment of the imagination; idea; illusion; image; imagination; inclination; insight; intelligence; intent; interpretation; meaning; notion; opinion; outlook; perception; perspective; phantasy; pipe dream; point of view; purport; reading; realisation; realization; sagacity; sense; smartness; stand; stature; tendency; tenor; thought; understanding; version; view; vision; way of thinking
incursiones assault; hold up; raid
incursión assault; hold up; raid bust; police raid
invasión assault; hold up; invasion; raid bust; capture; conquest; overpowering; police raid
irrupción invasion; raid
merodeo assault; hold up; raid
pecorea raid
quitar amputating; amputation; deprivation; removing; taking
rapiña assault; hold up; raid deprivation; despoilment; robbery; stripping
razia assault; hold up; raid; round-up; swoop
redada assault; hold up; raid; round-up; swoop bust; police raid
robar stems
saquear dragging; lugging; searching; searching for
- foray; maraud
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acometer assault; attack; lay violent hands upon; raid; storm; violate carve; coerce; compel; cut in; force; hew in; hold up; oblige; rob; suprise; surprise; take off guard
agredir assault; attack; besiege; lay violent hands upon; raid; storm; violate
asaltar assault; attack; besiege; lay violent hands upon; raid; storm; violate assault; assault someone; charge at; dart at; dash at; dash towards; dive into; force; hold up; jump into; leap into; plunder; rob; rush up to; snatch; suprise; surprise; take off guard; use force
asediar assault; attack; besiege; raid; storm assault; force; use force
atacar assault; attack; besiege; lay violent hands upon; raid; storm; violate assault; challenge; close; contest; desecrate; dishonor; dishonour; dispute; draw; force; question; rape; ravish; shut; strike; use force; violate
desvalijar loot; pillage; plunder; raid loot
pillar loot; pillage; plunder; raid catch; clasp; clutch; empty; grabble; grasp; grip; gut; plunder; ransack; rob; seize; snatch; sneak up on; strip bare; take unaware; tattle; twig
quitar loot; pillage; plunder; raid chisel off; clean; clear; clear out; cut away; cut off; deprive; empty; evacuate; get down; give a good cleaning; lift out; plunder; pull down; pull out; release; remove; rid of; rob; snatch; steal; take down from; take out; trim away; undo; unpick; wash; wipe off
robar loot; pillage; plunder; raid cadge; cajole; coax; collar; cuddle; decline; deprive; expropriate; filch; go thieving; make off with; mooch; nick; obtain by begging; pilfer; pinch; plunder; purloin; regress; rob; snatch; snitch; steal; swipe; take; take away; waining; wheedle
saquear loot; pillage; plunder; raid deprive; empty; gut; loot; ransack; steal; strip bare
- bust; foray into
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- foray; plundering expedition

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Related Definitions for "raid":

  1. an attempt by speculators to defraud investors1
  2. a sudden short attack1
  3. search for something needed or desired1
    • Our babysitter raided our refrigerator1
  4. enter someone else's territory and take spoils1
    • The pirates raided the coastal villages regularly1
  5. take over (a company) by buying a controlling interest of its stock1
    • T. Boone Pickens raided many large companies1
  6. search without warning, make a sudden surprise attack on1
    • The police raided the crack house1

Wiktionary Translations for raid:

  1. An attack or invasion for the purpose of making arrests, seizing property, or plundering

Cross Translation:
raid batida; razzia; redada; razia; arreada Razzia — übertr.|: zumeist von der Polizei, den Ordnungsbehörden oder von anderen Sicherheitskräften (im großen Stil geplante) unangekündigte, lokal begrenzte Fahndungsaktion nach verdächtigen Personen
raid asalto Überfall — plötzlicher und unerwarteter Angriff, bei dem der Täter unter Verdeckung seiner wahren Absichten (tückisch-verschlagen) vorgeht
raid invadir envahir — Occuper par force (sens général)

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