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Translation of "ferret" - English-Spanish dictionary

ferret

noun   /ˈfer·ɪt/
a small animal with a long, thin body that is sometimes used to hunt rabbits hurón
verb   /ˈfer·ɪt/ informal
to search for something by moving things around with your hands, especially in a drawer, bag, or other closed space hurgar I was just ferreting around in my drawer for my passport.
→  Phrasal verbs ferret something out
(Definition of ferret from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ferret

noun /ˈferit/
a type of small, weasel-like animal used to chase rabbits out of their holes. hurón
ferret (about) verb
to search busily and persistently hurgar He ferreted about in the cupboard.
(Definition of ferret from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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