el secuaz, la secuaz
masculine or feminine noun
1. (adherent) 
a. follower 
Los secuaces del político se manifestaron frente al juzgado el día de su juicio.The politician's followers rallied outside the courtroom on the day of his trial.
b. supporter 
Los secuaces del partido nazi perseguían a los comunistas.The supporters of the Nazi party harassed communists.
2. (pejorative) (loyal subordinate) 
a. minion 
El narcotraficante ordenó a sus secuaces que encontraran y se deshicieran del líder de la banda rival.The drug dealer ordered his minions to find and get rid of the leader of the rival gang.
b. henchman (masculine) 
Martínez y sus secuaces robaron otro banco.Martinez and his henchmen robbed another bank.
c. henchwoman (feminine) 
La delincuente arrestada confesó los nombres del resto de las secuaces que conformaban la banda.The arrested criminal confessed the names of the rest of the henchwomen that made up the gang.
secuaz
Noun
1. (pejorative) 
a. minion 
secuaz
(partidario) (gen) follower; supporter; henchman;
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