Translation of deer in Spanish:

deer

ciervo, n.

Pronunciation /dɪr//dɪə/

noun

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    ciervo masculine
    venado masculine
    • The herald glanced at me, a look that was as nervous and as fleeting as the deer in the gardens.
    • They found a baby deer and rescued it, thinking they had found the source of the noise.
    • Every young sapling that pokes its head above the heather is chewed to death by hungry deer.
    • Now there is no way they could do that to a healthy deer so I removed the hounds and the deer ran off.
    • Workers are now desperately searching for the female deer, who they believe is still at large.
    • Why are some so poisonous to us, but not to the deer or squirrels who eat them?
    • It took Han a full hour to find the deer and when he finally located it, it was standing between two large trees.
    • There is no relationship between the numbers of foxes, deer or hares as far as we can see and levels of damage.
    • It had not horns in the sense of a deer or a cow but it had bony protuberances above the eyes.
    • Looping back around, I got a closer look at the ears and realised that it was probably a muntjac deer.
    • Police said it was standard advice to cover the head of an injured deer or other animal to help reduce its stress.
    • After a few hours of this, and no luck with the deer, we return home drenched.
    • The deer are so tame they will come and take food from your hand and when we were there they took food from your pocket.
    • Today, his son was young and strong, so he would ask Jason to hunt deer or elk.
    • The land around the ranch is a protected wintering area for elk, deer and bighorn sheep.
    • Environmentalists argue that Pooley is of exceptional value to deer and wolves.
    • It should be said that the carted deer run for a much shorter distance than the deer on Exmoor.
    • The deer, sheep and feral goats obviously appreciated the route through the forest too.
    • For the past two years, members have tried to scare the deer off, to no avail.
    • Quickly and silently, his warriors parted and one large man carried in a deer over his shoulders.