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What does the word "tiotero" mean in English?

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A friend sent me a letter and I was able to translate most of it, but I do not know what this word "tiotero" means.

This is her sentence, in case that is needed.

"amiga vi en la noticia un tiotero en eeuu."

Thank you

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updated NOV 9, 2009
posted by ThatGirl3

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It should be written as tiroteo (shooting), comes from tiro:

El cazador le disparó al venado, pero falló el tiro, y el animal logró escapar

The Hunter shot at the deer, but failed the shot, and the animal managed to escape.

You can say balacera too, from balazo (shot).

Tiroteo = Balacera = a lot of tiros or balazos.

"amiga vi en la noticia un tiroteo en eeuu." My friend, I saw on the news about a shooting in USA

updated NOV 9, 2009
edited by Mokay
posted by Mokay
I think the word is tiroteo...... - 00515f39, NOV 9, 2009
Your are right, my mistake, I am more used to the word balacera. =) - Mokay, NOV 9, 2009
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