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hammerhead
American English: /ˈhæmərˌhɛd/
British English: /ˈhaməhɛd/

Translation of hammerhead in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (Constr)
    cabeza (feminine) de martillo
    1.2hammerhead (shark)
    Example sentences
    • Climate change has pushed up water temperatures, resulting in regular sightings of the smooth hammerhead shark, which is not dangerous to humans.
    • There are four species which concern us, and they are the hammerhead shark, the white shark, the bull whaler shark and the tiger shark.
    • See her, in Medea, remember the hammerhead shark, play with a cigarette, remind her listeners that their tape is running out, and obsess about another, very different Billie (Holiday).

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