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I am designing some variations on lottery cards, and I need one that means "The Wanted" (like an outlaw). Would "El Buscado" be understood and sound correct to a Spanish speaker? "El Hombre Buscado" seems like too many words because the lottery cards are all two word titles.

I could go with "El Forajido" but it would be better if it really meant "The Wanted."

Thanks!

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"Se busca" Sería la traducción correcta para "wanted" pero teniendo en cuenta que se trata de una lotería "El buscado" suena bien para mi.

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  • Since all the loteria cards are "el *" or "la *" I think keeping the format consistent is best, so this is what I was hoping to hear. Thanks! – NoSleepTilBrooklyn Aug 13 '14 at 17:08
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The "Wanted" phrase from Western movies is usually translated as "Se busca".

Would "Se busca" work as a lottery card? It is a matter of taste, but I think it sounds quite nice.

And the jackpot could be "Wanted dead or alive", that is "Se busca vivo o muerto". Too many words?

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Maybe is too late, but I would suggest "El perseguido", like in "perseguido por la justicia". You can also use it as a wordplay with "perseguir el premio".

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