predator

  1. someone who attacks in search of booty
  2. any animal that lives by preying on other animals

predator

(Living things in their environment) animal that hunts, kills and eats other animals for food

Predator

An animal (or, rarely, a plant) which feeds upon other animals, called its prey. The prey is killed and consumed by its predator which generally devours many individuals during its life (contrast parasite). There are borderline cases between predation and parasitism e.g. species of insects which inject a permanent paralysing drug into a caterpillar before laying eggs in it....

predator

Organism which hunts and eats other organisms. This includes both carnivores, which eat animals, and herbivores, which eat plants.
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Predator

A predator is an animal that hunts and kills other animals for food.
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Predator

An animal that hunts and kills other animals.
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Predator

An organism that consumes another living organism (carnivores and herbivores are both predators by this definition)
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predator

[Noun] An animal that kills and eats other animals.
Example: The eagle is a predator of birds and small animals.
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predator

[n] - any animal that lives by preying on other animals
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Predator

Series of unmanned overhead-mount turrets, IST [ZA]
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predator

A company or individual who plans to take control of another company, usually by buying a controlling interest and installing new management. Also known as a raider
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Predator

An animal that obtains its food primarily by killing and consuming other animals.
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Predator

An organism that consumes other organisms, divisible into true predators, grazers, parasites and parasitoids.
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predator

<epidemiology> An animal that kills its prey and then feeds on it to subsist until the next kill. ... (05 Dec 1998) ...
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predator

predatory animal noun any animal that lives by preying on other animals
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Predator

[franchise] The Predator film series is a science fiction horror film franchise. Produced by 20th Century Fox, the series started in 1987 with the film Predator, which led to two sequels and novel, comic book and video game spin-offs. Related to the franchise are the Alien vs. Predator films, which combine the titular Predator with the crea...
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Predator

An animal that naturally preys on others. I worry that predators will get to my chickens.
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Predator

[light gun] The Predator is a light gun produced by third-party peripherals manufacturer Logic 3 for various video game consoles, beginning with the PlayStation. It is compatible with G-Con games. The Lawgiver prop used in the Judge Dredd film bears a striking resemblance to the original Predator design. Later versions of the light gun have...
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Predator

[alien] The Predator is a fictional extraterrestrial species featured in the Predator science-fiction franchise, characterized by its trophy hunting of other species for sport. First introduced in 1987 as the main antagonist of the film Predator, the Predator creatures returned in the sequels Predator 2 (1990), and Predators (2010), as well...
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Predator

An animal that naturally preys on others. I worry that predators will get to my chickens.
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Predator

Consumer organism who feeds on prey. The process of consumption involves the killing of the prey.
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predator

An animal which captures other animals for its food.
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predator

Any animal that hunts, kills, and eats another animal (the prey). Predation is the method of feeding shown by a predator. Examples of predators include lions, which prey on antelope and zebra, owls, which prey on mice and rats, or sparrowhawks, which might prey on sparrows. Predators may affect the p...
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predator

an animal that preys upon and eats other animals
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predator

(L: praeda booty/plunder) an animal whose way of life is based upon killing other animals for food.
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