There are 2 translations of stalk in Spanish:

stalk1

Pronunciation: /stɔːk/

n

  • 2 (in hunting) acecho (masculine)
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    • We parked the truck and started a stalk of the goats up shale and alpine forbs slopes.
    • This technique, called "glassing" allows the hunter to spot the game from some distance away, then plan out a ambush or stalk.

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There are 2 translations of stalk in Spanish:

stalk2

vt

  • 1.1 [prey/game] acechar famine stalks the land [literary/literario] la hambruna asola la región ( or el país etc)
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    • This time, however, the birds were starting to stir and make noise, and a neighbourhood cat was stalking one in the grass that was already making a grab for a worm or two.
    • White Fang does not make an uproar, but rather follows quietly, stalking the stranger.
    • He felt a glow of admiration for Whitepaws; she was now stalking the beast at a safe distance as it approached him.
    1.2 (persecute) asediar, acosar, acechar
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    • He began associating with gangs, using drugs and verbally harassing and stalking young women.
    • Although the case was settled out of court, her father became obsessive, stalking her and paying a private detective to follow her.
    • An obsessed psychologist stalked her ex-lover and his new girlfriend before a Hallowe'en night confrontation ended in murder, a court has been told.

vi

  • she stalked off without a word se fue muy ofendida ( or indignada etc) sin decir palabra

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Word of the day espárrago
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Cultural fact of the day

Junta Autonómica is the name given to the governments of Spain's autonomous regions, with the exception of Catalonia and Valencia's Generalitat and Galicia's Xunta.