Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Certain nomadic ants of Peru.

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Examples

  • So i got some tequila "cazadores" and im trying to have some in a movie theater, i want to mix it with something like coke but im not sure if it would be good.

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  • "cazadores" noruegos de fósiles ha encontrado la parte trasera del cráneo del animal en el sudoeste de la isla de Spitsbergen (Noruega).

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  • Nuestros planes incluyen el trabajo en El Carrizal, con un enfoque en las fases culturales mesoamericanas y finalmente, en algunos años, un proyecto especial acerca de los grupos cazadores-recolectores en el área.

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  • The man and woman discover that they have stumbled into an ancient battle between brujos and cazadores del luz, light chasers, evolved souls who guide the dead and the nearly dead in the afterworld.

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  • Como les decía, los axolotes son animales hermosos (sólo unos pocos dicen que por su color traslúcido parecen "fetos"), grandes cazadores de peces oriundos de México.

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  • The voltigeurs far outnumbered the British and Portuguese light companies, but those redcoats, cazadores and green jackets fired first.

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  • "I believe he commands a Battalion of cazadores, " Forrest put in quietly.

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  • That was unlikely for there were Portuguese cazadores on the Battalion's left flank now, and empty marshland on their right, while the French, harassed by the cannon fire, were retreating across the valley.

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  • One man fought another for possession of a wooden bucket, a thing not worth a sou, and both died when cazadores shot them through a window.

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  • They were a good mile away, evidently intent on taking the Portuguese on their far flank, but a glance back showed that the cazadores were alive to the danger and were forming two squares.

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  • "Certain nomadic ants of Peru. They lead a nomadic life, entering the houses of the natives in immense armies, killing rats, mice, snakes, and all sorts of vermin, playing the part of scavengers, and passing on, when the dispossessed natives return."

    --Century Dictionary

    March 23, 2011