Definition of 'ranger'
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Park rangers, alerted by her husband, bandaged a deep bite on her left leg before sending her to a nearby hospital. Times, Sunday Times (2017) Wildlife rangers were yesterday setting traps for the beast. The Sun (2008)For the needs of the wilting lone ranger may be varied. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Park rangers were dispatched and began climbing the route. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The tiger was finally rescued by forest rangers after they caught it in a fishing net. The Sun (2010) Wildlife rangers were last night heading to the area to destroy the croc. The Sun (2016) Park rangers say the timing only works out like this about once a decade. Christianity Today (2000)They had been shot by wildlife rangers. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Park rangers said the attack probably happened because the couple surprised the female bear with her cubs. The Sun (2011)Finding money to pay park rangers to protect wildlife indefinitely is hard. The Times Literary Supplement (2013) Park rangers are on hand to ward off unwanted bed guests. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Society should lay on safe spaces where lone rangers can indulge in necessary leisure pursuits sans aesthetic trauma. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Plus the chance to be taken by a forest ranger on a walk through the trees at dusk and at night. The Sun (2013)His father was a park ranger. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Rangers were looking for their first win on the road this season and could have gone top if they had managed it. The Sun (2012)National park rangers recovered her body about 400 feet below. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They then maintain the land, employing local people as forest rangers and workers. The Sun (2007)For the lone ranger, this weekend represents the calm before the storm. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Gabon has many more elephants than its neighbours and is increasing its park ranger force and training dogs to sniff out ivory at airports. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The price increase has encouraged local villagers to venture inside the national park to poach, despite the presence of armed rangers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Police, park rangers and animal charities say that dangerous dogs are being used by gangs as status symbols and becoming a growing public menace. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It belonged to one of the rangers, who was reckoned the best shot in the Forest. The Children of the New Forest (1847) One is a ranger scheme, with qualified rangers leading two to six walks through the city's parks and green spaces. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I would have liked to be a park ranger in one of Australia's national parks. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'ranger'
British English: ranger NOUN
A ranger is a person whose job is to look after a forest or large park.
He has been a park ranger all his life.
Definition of ranger from the Collins English Dictionary
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