salvaje translation English | Spanish-English dictionary

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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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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
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.
el ganso salvaje
n.
la huelga salvaje
n.
la huelga salvaje
[BIZ]
n.
el animal salvaje
n.
la belleza salvaje
n.
el paisaje salvaje
"salvaje": examples and translations in context
Debemos haber tenido una noche salvaje. We must have really gotten wild last night.
Consia, apacible y salvaje niña. Concia, gentle and wild child.
El salvaje permanece confundido e irracional. The savage remains confused and irrational.
Un salvaje del otro mundo desaparece. A savage of the other world disappears.
Evitamos que la vida salvaje nos detecte. They keep the wildlife from spotting us.
Parece que hay bastante vida salvaje aquí... It sounds like there's plenty of wildlife.
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