barracuda Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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barracudanoun [C]

uk   us   /ˌbær.əˈkuː.də/
a ​largetropicalseafish with ​sharpteeth, that ​eats other ​fish and can ​attackpeople US disapproving a ​person who does ​business in a way that ​shows they only ​think about ​their own ​advantage, ​even if this ​harmsothers: In the ​world of high ​finance, you have to ​keep an ​eye on the barracudas.
(Definition of barracuda from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “barracuda”
in Chinese (Simplified) 梭鱼, 奸商…
in Chinese (Traditional) 梭魚, 奸商…
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