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Traducción en español de “stalk”

stalk

verb /stoːk/
to walk stiffly and proudly, eg in anger
acechar
He stalked out of the room in disgust.
to move menacingly through a place
acechar
Disease and famine stalk (through) the country.
in hunting, to move gradually as close as possible to game, eg deer, trying to remain hidden
acechar
Have you ever stalked deer / been deer-stalking?
stalker noun a person who stalks game.
acechador
(Definition of stalk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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