Portuguese translation of 'alligator'
1. aligátor m
2. (in Brazil) jacaré m
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Example Sentences Including 'alligator'
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I wrestled with an alligator.The Sun (2016)
Lock may leap at the chance to wrestle an alligator, but not all comedians want to embrace their inner Neanderthal.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Wait till you see their alligator hunt up the river - it has a real snap to it.The Sun (2012)
There was also a sort of faux alligator skin tiling around the basin.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
We've seen alligators on the banks so we know they are around.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
After the deaths of three women in alligator attacks, his telephone'has been ringing off the hook.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
And lurking in domestic enclosures are ten alligators and nine crocodiles.The Sun (2016)
Before that, the previous fatal alligator attack was in 2007 when a fleeing convict dived into a lake while being chased by police.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
He had alligators and snakes.The Sun (2013)
I was intrigued to read last week that in Louisiana the cost of alligator skin has risen more than 50%.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Their descendants still survive in the form of crocodiles and alligators.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
There have also been six recorded fights between snakes and alligators.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
There is also a farm where one can noisily wrestle with an alligator.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Unlike Florida, there is no danger of being attacked by an alligator on the golf course.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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'alligator' in Other Languages
British English: alligator /ˈælɪˌɡeɪtə/ NOUN
An alligator is a large reptile with short legs, a long tail and very powerful jaws.
Do not feed the alligators.
- American English: alligator
- Arabic: تـِمْساحٌ أَمِرِيكيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: jacaré
- Chinese: 短嘴鳄
- Croatian: aligator
- Czech: aligátor
- Danish: alligator
- Dutch: alligator
- European Spanish: caimán
- Finnish: alligaattori
- French: alligator
- German: Alligator
- Greek: αλιγάτορας
- Italian: alligatore
- Japanese: ワニ
- Korean: 악어
- Norwegian: alligator
- Polish: aligator
- European Portuguese: jacaré
- Romanian: aligator
- Russian: аллигатор
- Spanish: caimán
- Swedish: alligator
- Thai: จระเข้
- Turkish: timsah
- Ukrainian: алігатор
- Vietnamese: cá sấu Mỹ
Translation of alligator from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary