In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of character) rapacidad feminine(of character) codicia feminine(of character) avaricia feminine(of appetite) voracidad feminine
- It's precisely that rapacity, that appetite, that makes them who they are, that allows them to recognize themselves.
- This puts a limit on the rapacity of a patent holder.
- It is not an effective instrument for protecting our people from the greed and rapacity of outsiders.
- While some have embraced democratic principles, others continue to rule through rapacity, despotism, and corruption.
- No situation, however obscure, or however sacred, escaped the rapacity of the enemy.
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