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salvaje

  
a       adj  
1    [planta, animal, tierra]   wild
2    (=no autorizado)  
[huelga]  
unofficial, wildcat  
[construcción]  
unauthorized
3    [pueblo, tribu]   savage
4    (=brutal)   savage, brutal  
un salvaje asesinato      a brutal o savage murder  
5      (LAm)  
*   (=estupendo)   terrific *  , smashing *  
b       smf     (lit, fig)   savage
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
cerdo salvaje nm.
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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
nf.
wildcat strike
[BIZ]
exp.
a brutal {o} savage murder
exp.
wild animals
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'salvaje' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
adj.
salvaje ; asilvestrado
exp.
pato salvaje
exp.
un tramo salvaje {or} agreste de costa
exp.
el atractivo de lo salvaje {or} de la naturaleza
n.
el lado salvaje
n.
la huelga salvaje
n.
la huelga salvaje
[BIZ]
n.
el ganso salvaje
n.
el animal salvaje
n.
la belleza salvaje
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"salvaje": examples and translations in context
Pero encontró esta planta salvaje llamada altramuz. But he found this wild plant called the Lupin bush.
Ella es muy independiente, algo salvaje. She was very independent, still kind of wild.
Un salvaje no comparte nuestro infortunio. He who shares my discomfort, is no savage.
La respuesta sería un salvaje culetazo. The response was a savage clubbing with a nightstick.
Tenía una cualidad salvaje, pero elegante. He has this wild quality, yet an elegance.
Es un poco salvaje, creo. Sí, señor, she a little bit savage, I think.
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