Translation of abuser in Spanish:


violador, n.

Pronunciation /əˈbjuzər/ /əˈbjuːzə/

See Spanish definition of violador


  • 1

    (of rights)
    violador masculine
    violadora feminine
    • The dotcom era of the late 90s saw some of the worst abusers of pro-forma earnings manipulations.
    • The chief villain here is technology, or, at least, its malicious abusers.
    • These mind abusers Ayn Rand is talking about are today's educators.
    • You should focus your efforts on what makes a time abuser anxious instead of teaching him how to organize his day.
    • He spoke out against abusers of aid for the victims, ensuring that funds didn't fall prey to charity scams.
    • Signatories to the convention agree to institute the necessary legislation to prevent abusers of power from reaping the rewards of corruption.
    • I had not been persecuted by any abusers of authority.
    • Many believe that the authorities in their countries of origin should give a lot less freedom to abusers of lax laws.
    • It is not always easy to identify or apprehend abusers of fireworks.
    • The federation represents the group that traditionally has been one of the worst abusers of ordinary consumers.
  • 2

    (of rules, norms)
    infractor masculine
    infractora feminine
  • 3

    (of drugs) toxicómano masculine
    (of drugs) toxicómana feminine
    (of alcohol) alcohólico masculine
    (of alcohol) alcohólica feminine
  • 4

    (of child)
    pedófilo masculine
    pedófila feminine
  • 5

    (of woman)
    maltratador masculine
    culpable de malos tratos masculine