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hunt British & World English

Pursue and kill (a wild animal) for sport or food

go counter British & World English

Run or ride against the direction taken by a quarry

Hunt, Holman British & World English

(1827–1910), English painter, one of the founders of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood; full name William Holman Hunt. He painted biblical scenes with extensive use of symbolism. Notable works: The Light of the World (1854) and The Scapegoat (1855)

Hunt, Ward British & World English

(1810–86), US Supreme Court associate justice 1873–82. Appointed to the Court by President Grant, he previously served as a judge and then chief judge of the New York state court of appeals 1865–73

job-hunt British & World English

Seek employment

still-hunt British & World English

Hunt game stealthily; stalk

witch-hunt British & World English

A campaign directed against a person or group holding views considered unorthodox or a threat to society

house-hunt British & World English

Seek a house to buy or rent and live in

treasure hunt British & World English

A game in which players search for hidden objects by following a trail of clues

hunt saboteur British & World English

A person who attempts to disrupt a hunt

National Hunt British & World English

The body controlling steeplechasing and hurdle racing in Great Britain

scavenger hunt British & World English

A game, typically played in an extensive outdoor area, in which participants have to collect a number of miscellaneous objects

hunt-and-peck British & World English

Denoting or using an inexpert form of typing in which only one or two fingers are used

Morgan, Thomas Hunt British & World English

(1866–1945), American zoologist. His studies on inheritance using the fruit fly Drosophila showed that the genetic information was carried by genes arranged along the length of the chromosomes. Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine (1933)

go counter in counter2 British & World English

Run or ride against the direction taken by a quarry

hunt down/up in hunt British & World English

(In change-ringing) move the place of a bell in a simple progression

in the heel of the hunt British & World English

At the last minute; finally

headhunt British & World English

Identify and approach (a suitable person employed elsewhere) to fill a business position

run with the hare and hunt with the hounds British & World English

Try to remain on good terms with both sides in a conflict or dispute

hunt someone down in hunt British & World English

Search for and capture someone

run with the hare and hunt with the hounds in hare British & World English

Try to remain on good terms with both sides in a conflict or dispute

National Hunt Committee in National Hunt British & World English

The body controlling steeplechasing and hurdle racing in Great Britain

William Holman Hunt in Hunt, Holman British & World English

(1827–1910), English painter, one of the founders of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood; full name William Holman Hunt. He painted biblical scenes with extensive use of symbolism. Notable works: The Light of the World (1854) and The Scapegoat (1855)

Hunt New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

, (William) Holman (1827–1910), English Pre-Raphaelite painter

hunt English Thesaurus

in the autumn they hunted deer

hunt English-Spanish

cazar*

hunt up English-Spanish

buscar*

fox hunt English-Spanish

cacería

hunt down English-Spanish

darle* caza a

hunt out English-Spanish

buscar*

hunt ball English-Spanish

baile ofrecido a los miembros de una partida de caza

job-hunt English-Spanish

buscar* trabajo

house-hunt English-Spanish

buscar* casapara comprar o alquilar

witch-hunt English-Spanish

caza feminine de brujas

treasure hunt English-Spanish

búsqueda feminine del tesoro

hunt out English-Spanish

buscar*

hunt up English-Spanish

buscar*

hunt down English-Spanish

darle* caza a

to hunt (for sth) English-Spanish

cazar* (algo)


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