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Spanish translation of “fox”

fox

noun /foks/ (plural foxes)
a type of reddish-brown wild animal which looks like a dog.
zorro
foxy adjective clever in a deceitful way
astuto
He’s a foxy fellow.
like a fox
de zorro
She had rather foxy features.
foxhound noun a kind of dog trained to chase foxes.
perro raposero
fox terrier noun a kind of dog formerly trained to drive foxes out of their holes in the ground.
fox terrier
(Definition of fox from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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