Translation of blackguard in Spanish:


villano, n.

Pronunciation /ˈblæɡərd/ /ˈblæˌɡɑrd/ /ˈblaɡɑːd/ /ˈblaɡəd/


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    villano masculine dated
    canalla masculine
    • Somebody obviously decided that they were going to stop me from talking and it's the action of a blackguard and a rogue.
    • It appears in many of these cases that the streets have been handed over to a small number of thugs and blackguards who give all young people a bad name.
    • Earlier in the week, we had watched another character have his reputation tarnished by association with political blackguards.
    • Magnum, watch those blackguards until the police arrive.
    • It is obvious that those blackguards did something horrendous to you.