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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
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.
el animal salvaje
n.
la huelga salvaje
n.
la huelga salvaje
[BIZ]
n.
el paisaje 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.
Yo quiero perderme en tu cabellera salvaje. I want to be lost in your wild tresses.
La respuesta sería un salvaje culetazo. The response was a savage clubbing with a nightstick.
Investigaciones dicen que el salvaje esta confundido e irracional. Researchers told us that the Savage has been confused and irrational...
Dominaron una tierra salvaje y arrostraron penalidades... que superaban... Tamed a vast wilderness and braved hardships... which at times were beyond the limit...
Un salvaje no comparte nuestro infortunio. He who shares my discomfort, is no savage.
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