Translation of bouncer in Spanish:

bouncer

gorila, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbaʊnsər/ /ˈbaʊnsə/

noun

informal
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    gorila masculine informal
    sacabullas masculine Mexico informal
    • The security company that employs unlicensed bouncers and the licensee of any premises allowing them to work could both be prosecuted under the new rules.
    • He took courses in the field, then worked as a nightclub bouncer and a bodyguard.
    • A security firm owner who provides bouncers to a nightclub claims no underage drinkers get in when his staff are on duty.
    • In the future, similar initiatives could be extended to nightclub bouncers, pub and bar licensees, headteachers and neighbourhood watch representatives.
    • In this hilarious parody of the contemporary nightclub scene, four bouncers portray over 30 different characters.
    • As no bouncers were employed at our next pub, we walked in with ease, sat for a while and enjoyed some live music.
    • Whilst employed as a bouncer he was instructed to forcefully eject an unruly customer who refused to wear a formal shirt.
    • Charles (not his real name) is a bouncer at a popular nightclub in town.
    • He was employed as a bouncer by another company, which was hired by the hotel's management.
    • People in the audience will go to nightclubs and know what bouncers are like, so the cast needs to look real.
    • They could be mistaken for couple of nightclub bouncers, such is their sheer presence.
    • If a passenger dropped litter he was ejected by the bouncers.
    • All three were said to have been put out of the premises by bouncers.
    • Yet on a night out to celebrate promotion, the Frenchman was cautioned after an alleged altercation with a nightclub bouncer, before being released without charge.
    • A football star has been arrested at a nightspot following an alleged incident involving a nightclub bouncer.
    • Those included selling ice cream and working as a nightclub bouncer.
    • She had also worked in a wine bar, cleaned her sister's house and earned extra money as a nightclub bouncer.
    • The victim managed to walk up to the doors of a nearby nightclub where a bouncer called the emergency services.
    • The nurse was studying for a law degree four days a week and working at a wine bar and at a nightclub as a bouncer.
    • I had another chance to observe him when a bouncer from the nightclub across the street politely asked the teens to escort me around the corner to avoid attracting attention.