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ban·di·do  Both Genders - Noun - Singular
Plural: bandidos
Feminine: bandida
Plural and Feminine: bandidas
Diminutives: bandidilla, bandidillas, bandidillo, bandidillos, bandidita, bandiditas, bandidito, bandiditos
Aumentatives: bandidón, bandidona, bandidonas, bandidones, bandidota, bandidotas, bandidote, bandidotes
  1. Translate "bandido" to English: bandit, crook, evildoer, highwayman, offender, outlaw, wrongdoer, brigand, desperado, picaroon
    Spanish Synonyms of "bandido": criminal, malhechor, asaltacaminos, atracador, bandolero, delincuente, desperado
    Define meaning of "bandido": Delincuente o delincuenta, especialmente si es fugitivo/a de la justicia.

bandido  Adjective
  1. Translate "bandido" to English: villain, outlaw
    Spanish Synonyms of "bandido": villano, proscripto, proscrito
    Define meaning of "bandido": Ruin, mezquina o mezquino, indigno o indigna, infame, abyecto o abyecta, indecorosa o indecoroso.

  2. Translate "bandido" to English: playfully mischievous, frolicsome
    Spanish Synonyms of "bandido": travieso, juguetonamente travieso, juguetón, alborotadizo, juerguista, retozador
    Define meaning of "bandido": Inquieta o inquieto, trasto, revoltoso o revoltosa.

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