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Translation of "prey" - English-Spanish dictionary

prey

noun /prei/ ( plural prey)
a bird or animal, birds or animals, that is/are hunted by other birds or animals for food
presa
The lion tore at its prey.
beast/bird of prey noun an animal, eg the lion, or a bird, eg the eagle, that kills and eats others.
animal/ave de rapiña
prey on phrasal verb ( prey upon) to attack as prey
cazar una presa
Hawks prey upon smaller birds.
prey is a noun or a verb: a bird of prey (not pray); to prey on (not pray on) smaller creatures.
Translations of “prey”
in Arabic فَريسة…
in Korean 먹이…
in Malaysian mangsa…
in French proie…
in Turkish av, kurban, yem…
in Italian preda…
in Chinese (Traditional) 被捕食的動物,獵物…
in Russian жертва, добыча…
in Polish zdobycz, ofiara…
in Vietnamese con mồi…
in Portuguese presa…
in Thai เหยื่อ…
in German die Beute…
in Catalan presa…
in Japanese えじき, 獲物…
in Indonesian mangsa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 被捕食的动物,猎物…
(Definition of prey from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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