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Translation of "pounce" - English-Spanish dictionary

pounce

verb   /paʊns/ /paʊns/ ( present participle pouncing, past tense and past participle pounced)
to suddenly move towards a person or animal that you want to catch abalanzarse
(Definition of pounce from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pounce

verb /pauns/
to jump suddenly, in order to seize or attack saltar sobre; precipitarse; abalanzarse sobre The cat waited beside the birdcage, ready to pounce.
pounce on phrasal verb
to leap upon (eg one’s prey) in order to attack or grab it saltar sobre; abalanzarse sobre The tiger pounced on its victim.
(Definition of pounce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “pounce”
in Korean (갑자기) 덮치다…
in Arabic يَنْقَضّ عَلى…
in Malaysian menerkam…
in French bondir…
in Russian набрасываться…
in Chinese (Traditional) 猛撲,猛衝,突然襲擊…
in Italian piombare, balzare…
in Turkish üstüne atlayıp/çullanıp yakalamak…
in Polish rzucać się…
in Vietnamese vồ, chộp…
in Portuguese lançar-se…
in Thai กระโจน…
in German sich stürzen…
in Catalan abalançar-se…
in Japanese 飛びかかる, 飛びつく…
in Chinese (Simplified) 猛扑,猛冲,突然袭击…
in Indonesian menerkam…
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