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maul

verb   /mɔːl/
If an animal mauls someone, it attacks that person and injures them with its teeth or claws (= long sharp nails). (of an animal) to attack someone and injure them with teeth or claws (= long sharp nails) atacar A small boy was mauled by the neighbour’s dog.447
to criticize something or someone severely destrozar Both films were mauled by the critics.1173
(Definition of maul from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

maul

verb /moːl/
(especially of an animal) to injure (a person or animal) usually badly herir, magullar He was badly mauled by an angry lion.
(Definition of maul from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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