Translation of predator in Spanish:


depredador, n.

Pronunciation /ˈprɛdədər//ˈprɛdətə/


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    (animal) depredador masculine
    (animal) predador masculine
    (person) (with masculine article in the singular) ave de presa feminine
    (person) (with masculine article in the singular) ave de rapiña feminine
    • This is thought to be an adaptation to deter mammalian and reptilian predators.
    • In my mind, if what I have read and what I have heard on air, as you've pointed out, is correct, he is simply a sexual predator.
    • On the mainland they fall prey to both mammalian and avian predators.
    • This may have made it the most easily accessible prey for predators in the nekton, such as fishes.
    • Pauses may allow animals to increase detection both of predators and prey.
    • They are also preyed upon by mammalian predators such as cats, and by snakes such as boas and anacondas.
    • If only they were cleverer sexual predators, they might have easily got away with it!
    • Foxes as predators prey on lambs and chickens and kill native small marsupials and rodents.
    • North American river otters are important predators of fish and aquatic invertebrates.
    • If a pack of carnivorous mammals were to chase a lone prey animal into the tar pits, both predators and prey would become trapped.
    • So what should be done about keeping sexual predators from striking again?
    • This shielding along with the cryptic coloration of the predator prevents the prey from becoming alarmed.
    • It's the reality that I had to face 20 years ago that there were sexual predators and child molesters out there.
    • Superb predators, these animals surpass all other lizards in intelligence.
    • Mammalian predators such as raccoons readily prey on frogs with seemingly no ill effects.
    • Common predators of house sparrows include cats and other mammalian predators, birds of prey, and owls.
    • The major groups of drilling marine predators include octopods and gastropods.
    • Because of their offensive odor, skunks are rarely preyed on by mammalian predators.
    • The two early mammal species were probably predators, not scavengers, say the scientists.
    • These portray a male or female figure with prey animals or predators.
    • The fact is, we don't have good evidence yet what the dinosaur predator / prey ratios were like.
    • Without such help, sexual predators are doomed to repeat their crimes.
    • Bluntnose minnows serve an important role as prey for larger animals and as a predator on insect larvae.
    • I also used domestic chicks with prior experience of both prey types as predators.
    • Women in those situations are particularly vulnerable to a predator and a manipulator like Ben.
    • Psychologists have built up a detailed picture of how sexual predators operate on their child victims.
    • American paddlefish are predators of zooplankton and prey to other fishes, birds, and humans.
    • We all have children and want them to be safe from these sexual predators.
    • He said young people needed to be protected from sexual predators.