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panther
American English: /ˈpænθər/
British English: /ˈpanθə/

Translation of panther in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • It covered four million acres with some of the purest water in the world and was home to more than 40 indigenous plants and 300 species of birds, plus black bears, panthers, and gray foxes.
    • Two-thirds of the sightings involved large black animals resembling melanistic leopards, also known as panthers.
    • The Himalayan region is home to elephant, deer, panther, wild ass, buffalo and snow leopards.

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