usage note
The adjective "pantera" is invariable: its form does not change according to the gender and number of the person or people it describes.
feminine noun
1. (animal) 
a. panther 
La pantera cazó una anaconda.The panther caught an anaconda.
2. (mineral) 
Jorge me regaló un juego de joyería hecho con pantera.Jorge gave me a yellow agate jewelry set.
3. (bold person) (Cuba) (Mexico) 
Susana es una pantera. No le tiene miedo a nada.Susana is a daring person. She isn't afraid of anything.
Necesitamos contratar a una pantera para este puesto.We need to hire a risk-taker for this job.
4. (productive person) (Uruguay) 
Kevin es la pantera del departamento de ventas.Kevin is the most effective person in the sales department.
5. (colloquial) (anatomy) (El Salvador) 
a. leg 
Me lastimé la pantera jugando fútbol.I hurt my leg playing football.
b. foot 
Tengo la pantera izquierda lastimada desde el domingo pasado.I've had an injured left foot since last Sunday.
6. (bold) 
a. daring (Cuba) (Mexico) 
Salvador es el hombre más pantera que conozco.Salvador is the most daring man I know.
1. (general) 
a. panther 
pantera negrablack panther
1 (Zoología) (gen) panther; (Caribe) (jaguar) jaguar
2 (México) (matón) heavy (familiar); (atrevido) risk-taker
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