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English definition of “pelt”

pelt

verb [I/T]  /pelt/ us  

pelt verb [I/T] (THROW)

to throw a number of things quickly at someone or something: [T] Youths tried to pelt them with stones.

pelt

noun [C]  /pelt/ us  

pelt noun [C] (SKIN)

the skin and fur of a dead animal, or the skin with the fur removed: rabbit pelts
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