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badger
American English: /ˈbædʒər/
British English: /ˈbadʒə/

Translation of badger in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • They do, however, both belong to the same Mustelidae family which also encompasses badgers, skunks and otters, and that's close enough for us.
    • Both animals are related species and are members of the Mustelid family, which also includes mink, badgers and weasels.
    • A badger's coat looks grey, but the individual hairs are black and white.

transitive verb

  • darle la lata a [colloquial]
    they've been badgering me to take them to the park
    me han estado dando la lata para que los lleve al parque [colloquial]
    she was finally badgered into signing
    tanto insistieron, que al final firmó

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