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vulture British & World English

A large bird of prey with the head and neck more or less bare of feathers, feeding chiefly on carrion and reputed to gather with others in anticipation of the death of a sick or injured animal or person

black vulture British & World English

A very large Old World vulture with blackish-brown plumage, now rare in Europe

vulture fund British & World English

A fund which invests in companies or properties which are performing poorly and may therefore be undervalued

bearded vulture British & World English

Another term for lammergeier.

culture vulture British & World English

A person who is very interested in the arts

turkey vulture British & World English

A common American vulture with black plumage and a bare red head

cinereous vulture British & World English

Another term for black vulture111.

Egyptian vulture British & World English

A small white vulture with black wing tips, common in much of southern Eurasia and Africa

griffon vulture in griffon British & World English

A large Old World vulture with predominantly pale brown plumage

vulture English-Spanish

buitre masculine

culture vulture English-Spanish

devorador, -dora masculine, feminine de cultura