There are 2 main translations of caza in English:

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caza 1

sustantivo femenino


caza de brujas

caza del hombre

caza del tesoro

caza mayor

caza menor

caza submarina

  • underwater fishing

caza y captura

  • una operación para la caza y captura de los delincuentes
    an operation to track down and capture the criminals
Example sentences
  • Guillermo Zuloaga aparentemente es un gran aficionado a la caza de animales.
  • Una delegación canadiense realiza actualmente una gira por Europa para defender la caza comercial de focas.
  • El asunto de los perros de caza es así.

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caza 2

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