There are 2 translations of wildcat in Spanish:

wildcat1

Pronunciation: /ˈwaɪldkæt/

n (pl wildcats or , wildcat)

  • 1 1.1 (European) gato (m) montés
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    • Over the years, Owen Newman and I had filmed cheetahs, lions, leopards, African wildcats and servals (for the first ever film of them) but never caracals.
    • Since Dolly's creation in 1996 a variety of other animals have been duplicated, including a caracal cat and an African wildcat.
    • Dresser's team is fine-tuning the cloning of small cats like the African wildcat, as well as the largest: tigers.
    1.2 (bobcat) (esp AmE) lince (m)
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    • A highly adaptable wildcat of North America, the Bobcat has managed to survive in healthy numbers in a variety of habitats, consuming a diverse spectrum of prey, in both wild and inhabited regions.
    • Though more tolerant of people than many other wildcats, bobcats tend to avoid large cultivated areas.
  • 2 (woman) fiera (f)
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    • I think she played the boss' daughter and Kevin liked her but she was a real wildcat.
    • I soon found out she was not a kid. She was a regular little wildcat.
  • 3 (oil well) pozo (m) de exploración
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    • Peak exploration was in 1985 when 184 wildcats were drilled.

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There are 2 translations of wildcat in Spanish:

wildcat2

adj

(before n, no comp)
  • 1.1 (risky) [project/speculation] arriesgado, riesgoso (esp AmL)
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    • Those of you who might consider investing in a wildcat venture should also remember that the quality of geologic professional advice varies.
    • Naturally no banker likes to see money drawn out of his institution and put into a wildcat investment where neither he nor anybody else thereabout will ever see it again.
    1.2 [strike] salvaje
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    • And when shop floor workers became dissatisfied, they staged increasing numbers of ‘unofficial’ or wildcat strikes.
    • And at the time of writing we are seeing the first unofficial wildcat strikes in the civil service for 16 years!
    • This has seen members strike for two days in both February and April, and take part in a number of unofficial wildcat strikes.
    1.3 (speculative) (AmE) exploratorio

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