Translation of predator in Spanish:

predator

Pronunciation: /ˈpredətər; ˈpredətə(r)/

n

  • (animal) depredador (m), predador (m); (person) ave (f‡) de presa or de rapiña
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    • Common predators of house sparrows include cats and other mammalian predators, birds of prey, and owls.
    • Bluntnose minnows serve an important role as prey for larger animals and as a predator on insect larvae.
    • They are also preyed upon by mammalian predators such as cats, and by snakes such as boas and anacondas.
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    • Women in those situations are particularly vulnerable to a predator and a manipulator like Ben.
    • Psychologists have built up a detailed picture of how sexual predators operate on their child victims.
    • It's the reality that I had to face 20 years ago that there were sexual predators and child molesters out there.

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