Definition of hitchhiker in English:

hitchhiker

Pronunciation /ˈhiCHˌhīkər/ /ˈhɪtʃˌhaɪkər/

Translate hitchhiker into Spanish

noun

See hitchhike

‘Celebrity hitch-hikers apart, the custom of seeking or giving a ‘lift’ has been slow in catching on in the city.’
  • ‘Locals looked on in surprise as hitch-hikers, cyclists, bikers, cars, vans and minibuses filled up the village square.’
  • ‘However the most eagle-eyed will notice that Bertha has now welcomed on board some eager hitch-hikers.’
  • ‘I suggested that he must see a lot of hitch-hikers on his daily travels from one side of the country to the other.’
  • ‘I picked up a lone, bedraggled hitch-hiker, who had come all the way from Slovenia to visit the distilleries.’