Definition of 'tiger'
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A banquet of tiger prawn and lemon quinoa risotto. Times, Sunday Times (2017)In this one, chunks of white crab meat and plump tiger prawns vie for your fork's attention. Times, Sunday Times (2017)What was he supposed to do with tigers and leopards out there? Times, Sunday Times (2011)The lions and tigers stayed in their wagons. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Place a tiger prawn on top and garnish with a sprig of dill. The Sun (2011)And the wildlife doc gets an injection of real drama when the team rescue an orphaned tiger cub. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This find is very important because it shows that there is at least one tiger family group in the mountains. Times, Sunday Times (2010)India boasts the world's largest population of tigers in the wild. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Can he bring a massive Bengal tiger to life? The Sun (2014)Some say the Chinese economy is a tiger. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Lions and tigers and bears - oh my! Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are also three Siberian tiger cubs. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Ireland's tiger economy looked more than a little bedraggled. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Highlights include grilled tiger prawns, and slowly braised veal. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Tiger demands diving Siberian tigers for one set. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Lions, tigers and birds of prey were lying in wait. EXTINCTION: Evolution and the End of Man (2002)But for now these Siberian tiger cubs are still at the playful kitten stage. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The next day they persuaded me and we pulled up in a Jeep to find a tiger about six feet away. The Sun (2007)We could be like Singapore as a centre for international business, a new economic tiger. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The document specifies the trade and use of tiger and leopard skins'and their products '. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He said that he had shot 13 tigers and 28 leopards. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I am a Bengal tiger! The Sun (2016)And I wouldn't have been at all surprised to find a tiger in my bathroom the next morning. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'tiger'
British English: tiger /ˈtaɪɡə/ NOUN
A tiger is a large fierce animal belonging to the cat family. Tigers are orange with black stripes.
- American English: tiger
- Arabic: نـِمْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: tigre
- Chinese: 老虎
- Croatian: tigar
- Czech: tygr
- Danish: tiger
- Dutch: tijger
- European Spanish: tigre
- Finnish: tiikeri
- French: tigre
- German: Tiger
- Greek: τίγρη
- Italian: tigre
- Japanese: トラ
- Korean: 호랑이
- Norwegian: tiger
- Polish: tygrys
- European Portuguese: tigre
- Romanian: tigru
- Russian: тигр
- Spanish: tigre
- Swedish: tiger
- Thai: เสือ
- Turkish: kaplan
- Ukrainian: тигр
- Vietnamese: con hổ
Definition of tiger from the Collins English Dictionary
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