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ma·lan·dro  Both Genders - Noun - Singular
Plural: malandros
Feminine: malandra
Plural and Feminine: malandras
  1. Translate "malandro" to English: delinquent, criminal, crook, felon, offender, thug, scofflaw, snollygoster
    Spanish Synonyms of "malandro": criminal, maleante, delincuente, infractor de la ley, ofensor, antisocial, chusmero
    Define meaning of "malandro": Persona al margen de la ley, que se dedica al robo, al contrabando u otras actividades ilegales.

  2. Translate "malandro" to English: scoundrel, knave, nasty guy, scum, blackguard, miscreant, rapscallion, scapegrace, scumbag
    Spanish Synonyms of "malandro": bellaco, canalla, bicho, desgraciado, desgraciado asqueroso, mal bicho, malandrín, tipejo
    Define meaning of "malandro": Mala o malo, infame, ruin, vil.

  3. Translate "malandro" to English: lout, churl, mucker, oik, slob
    Spanish Synonyms of "malandro": ordinario, patán, patán del barrio, gamberro, jallán, borono, gandalla, garrulo

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