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hunter

  

      n  
1    a person or animal that seeks out and kills or captures game,   (Female equivalent)    huntress  
2   
a    a person who looks diligently for something  
b    (in combination)  
a fortune-hunter     
3    a specially bred horse used in hunting, usually characterized by strength and stamina  
4    a specially bred dog used to hunt game  
5    a watch with a hinged metal lid or case (hunting case) to protect the crystal,   (Also called)    hunting watch      See also       half-hunter  


caterpillar hunter  
      n   any of various carabid beetles of the genus Calosoma, of Europe and North America, which prey on the larvae of moths and butterflies  
fortune-hunter  
      n   a person who seeks to secure a fortune, esp. through marriage  
  fortune-hunting      adj, n  
half-hunter  
      n   a watch with a hinged lid in which a small circular opening or crystal allows the approximate time to be read  
   See       hunter       5  
Hunter  
      n  
1    John. 1728--93, British physician, noted for his investigation of venereal and other diseases  
2    his brother, William. 1718--83, British anatomist and obstetrician  
hunter-gatherer     (Anthropol)  
      adj  
1    (of a society, lifestyle, etc.) surviving by hunting animals and gathering plants for subsistence  
      n  
2    a member of such a society  
hunter-killer  
      adj   denoting a type of naval vessel, esp. a submarine, designed and equipped to pursue and destroy enemy craft  
hunter's moon  
      n   the full moon following the harvest moon  
moa hunter  
      n   the name given by anthropologists to the early Maori inhabitants of New Zealand  
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Hunter  
      n  
1    John. 1728--93, British physician, noted for his investigation of venereal and other diseases  
2    his brother, William. 1718--83, British anatomist and obstetrician  


caterpillar hunter  
      n   any of various carabid beetles of the genus Calosoma, of Europe and North America, which prey on the larvae of moths and butterflies  
fortune-hunter  
      n   a person who seeks to secure a fortune, esp. through marriage  
  fortune-hunting      adj, n  
half-hunter  
      n   a watch with a hinged lid in which a small circular opening or crystal allows the approximate time to be read  
   See       hunter       5  
hunter  
      n  
1    a person or animal that seeks out and kills or captures game,   (Female equivalent)    huntress  
2   
a    a person who looks diligently for something  
b    (in combination)  
a fortune-hunter     
3    a specially bred horse used in hunting, usually characterized by strength and stamina  
4    a specially bred dog used to hunt game  
5    a watch with a hinged metal lid or case (hunting case) to protect the crystal,   (Also called)    hunting watch      See also       half-hunter  
hunter-gatherer     (Anthropol)  
      adj  
1    (of a society, lifestyle, etc.) surviving by hunting animals and gathering plants for subsistence  
      n  
2    a member of such a society  
hunter-killer  
      adj   denoting a type of naval vessel, esp. a submarine, designed and equipped to pursue and destroy enemy craft  
hunter's moon  
      n   the full moon following the harvest moon  
moa hunter  
      n   the name given by anthropologists to the early Maori inhabitants of New Zealand  

Diccionario de inglés definición  

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hunter

  
  
Artemis, Diana, huntsman or (fem.) huntress, jaeger     (rare)   Nimrod, Orion, pink, sportsman  

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game hunter n.
a person who hunts wild animals
HUNTING

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