Crime Words in Spanish Flash Cards: Argentina Spanish Expressions

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Flashcards in power point format about crime words in Spanish. These are common Argentina Spanish words with English definitions.

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  • 1. afanar to steal, rob or swindle Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 2. arbolito an illegal money changer (the changing of money is controlled by the government) Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 3. batidor a snitch, informant Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 4. bocón a snitch Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 5. bocina a snitch Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 6. boga lawyer Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 7. botón 1) a police officer 2) a snitch Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 8. botonazo a snitch Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 9. botonear to inform on, give someone away, betray Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 10. buchón a snitch, informant Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 11. buchonear to inform, give someone away, betray Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 12. cachiporra a police night stick Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 13. campana a lookout during a robbery Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 14. cana the police Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 15. chorear to steal Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 16. chorro a dirty, rotten thief Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 17. cobanis police officers as referred to by thieves Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 18. curro 1) a thief 2) small job Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 19. dechavar / deschavar to snitch on, denounce Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 20. estar en cana to be in jail, prison Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 21. estar guardado to be in jail Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 22. falopa drugs Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 23. falopearse to shoot up, use drugs Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 24. falopero a drug addict Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 25. garca a swindler, a cheater, the inverse of cagar Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 26. gato a prostitute Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 27. guardado imprisoned Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 28. prontuario police record Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 29. punga a pick-pocket Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 30. rati police record Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 31. tumba prison Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 32. vigilante 1) an informant, a snitch 2) a police officer Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
  • 33. yuta a police officer Argentine Spanish Vocabulary: Crime Terms
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