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Nor is this the only recent example of how foreign bargain hunters can bid up the value of British businesses. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The treasure hunters have only a few more weeks to make their fortunes before winter sets in. The Sun (2014)The wife of a missing explorer calls upon a big game hunter for help. The Sun (2008)Let the fame hunters see their prey! The Sun (2012)Swiss treasure hunters found the mysterious object while hunting sunken vessels. The Sun (2011)Here we look at some of the other exchange stores offering designer treasures for bargain hunters. The Sun (2012)Who will be top treasure hunter? Times, Sunday Times (2015)We all want to be the deer behind the hunter's gun. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In Europe they were prey for human hunters who probably helped to drive them to extinction. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The party came as new safety concerns were raised about the game after monster hunters nearly walked into raging seas at a resort. The Sun (2016)To keep them fresh, some hunters keep the animals in tiny cages until the paws are needed. The Sun (2014)I am a hunter of big game. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Bargain hunters will love it. The Sun (2011)Forestry officials have set up checkpoints and banned hunting around a mountain where a farmer and former hunter snapped the animal gazing directly at the camera. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I am a proper bargain hunter. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is, no doubt, a good time for bargain hunters. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The classic follow-up treadmill patient is the Pennsylvania deer hunter. Living with Angina (1991)
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Translations for 'hunter'
British English: hunter /ˈhʌntə/ NOUN
A hunter is a person who hunts wild animals for food or as a sport.
- American English: hunter
- Arabic: صَيَّادٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: caçador
- Chinese: 猎人
- Croatian: lovac
- Czech: lovec
- Danish: jæger
- Dutch: jager
- European Spanish: cazador
- Finnish: metsästäjä
- French: chasseur
- German: Jäger
- Greek: κυνηγός
- Italian: cacciatore
- Japanese: ハンター
- Korean: 사냥꾼
- Norwegian: jeger
- Polish: myśliwy
- European Portuguese: caçador
- Romanian: vânător
- Russian: охотник
- Spanish: cazador
- Swedish: jägare
- Thai: นายพราน
- Turkish: avcı
- Ukrainian: мисливець
- Vietnamese: người đi săn
Definition of hunter from the Collins English Dictionary
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