Translation of grizzly in Spanish:

grizzly

(pl -lies)
Pronunciation: /ˈgrɪzli/
grizzly bear

n

  • oso (m) pardo
    More example sentences
    • The area is home to around 40 grizzlies and an unknown number of smaller black bears.
    • There were wolves about in those days, as well as grizzlies in Montana and Alberta.
    • The polar bear may surpass the Alaskan grizzly in size, with the maximum recorded weighing 726 kg.

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