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Spanish translation of “prowl”

prowl

verb /praul/
to move about stealthily in order to steal, attack, catch etc
merodear, rondar
Tigers were prowling in the jungle.
prowler noun
merodeador
be on the prowl to be prowling
merodear, rondar
Pickpockets are always on the prowl.
(Definition of prowl from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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