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huntsman

noun [C] uk   /ˈhʌnts.mən/ ( plural -men   /-mən/   ) us  
someone who hunts animals with a gun or other weapons in Britain, someone who uses dogs and rides a horse to hunt animals, especially foxes, for sport
Translations of “huntsman”
in Chinese (Traditional) 獵人, 狩獵者, (英國的)騎馬打獵者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 猎人, 狩猎者, (英国的)骑马打猎者…
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