What does «usurpador» mean in spanish?
- Usurper: one who unjustly arrogates to himself the employment, identity or dignity of another as if they were his own; supplanter.
Examples of use in spanish: "un usurpador le robó su identidad y logró comprar todo tipo de productos por internet".
- Usurper: one who seizes a property or right that legally or legitimately belongs to another, usually by violence or trickery. Usurpers of power in history A usurper is an illegitimate or controversial claimant to power, often but not always in a monarchy. In other words, a person who takes the power of an established country, city, or region for himself, without any formal or legal right to claim it as his own.