Translation of bookie in Spanish:


corredor de apuestas, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbʊki/


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    corredor de apuestas masculine
    corredora de apuestas feminine
    • Anyone who has worked in a bookies, as have I, can spot them a mile off.
    • Did you ever stand in a bookies shop on St Stephens Day for a period of time?
    • We have won them all bar one since then and now the bookies believe they are about to be taken to the cleaners once again.
    • Doubtless, the bookies will be rubbing their hands with glee no matter what lands the big prize.
    • They went to the bookies early in the day and hopped from there to the pub.
    • The perception that everyone wants to have pubs and bookies is wrong.
    • I hit the bookies in Pentonville Road to see if I can see any faces, but there's nobody I recognise.
    • I went into the bookies in Blackrock and had a shilling each way Drybob in error.
    • He reflected that few active bookmakers were still around who could recall the days of illegal street bookies.
    • The sound of several hundred bookies and professionals all shouting at once, all jeering and taunting.
    • At this week's ceremony, the bookies' favourites distanced themselves from the prize.
    • He added the bookies were expecting the British betting shops to be profitable this year.
    • Pubs are being joined by bookies in opening up early for the World Cup.
    • Betting on the result is likely to make the bookies a mint this year.
    • It would be expensive for the bookies, but it would ensure that customers would not lose out if the business folded.
    • You wouldn't need bookies, because every horse in a race would come first!
    • But the bookies might now be getting their calculators out to reassess the odds.
    • Odds like that are the shortest for 20 years and bookies face a six-figure payout.
    • Last year's winner Bobbyjo and Suny Bay will be among the bookies' favourites.