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savage
[ˈsævɪdʒ]
noun
1. salvaje (sustantivo masculino) (Old-fashioned)
adjective
2. salvaje (animal, person); salvaje, feroz (attack); virulento(a) (criticism)
transitive verb
3. atacar salvajemente (attack physically); criticar con saña or virulencia (sentido figurado) (criticize)
savage [ˈsævɪdʒ]
adjective
1 (ferocious) [+animal, attack] feroz; salvaje; [+person] salvaje; [+blow] violento; [+war, criticism, remark] despiadado
to have a savage temper tener un carácter muy violento
2 (primitive) [+custom, tribe] salvaje; primitivo
3 (drastic) [+cuts, reductions] drástico; radical
noun
salvaje (m)
transitive verb
1 (injure) atacar salvajemente
two children have been savaged by an alsatian dos niños fueron salvajemente atacados por un pastor alemán
She was savaged by a bear
2 (criticize) atacar ferozmente or despiadadamente
she was savaged by the press la prensa la atacó ferozmente or despiadadamente; la prensa se ensañó con ella
an opposition spokesman savaged the Government's housing programme On November 3rd the bill was savaged in the House of Lords ...a week-long official visit to Spain where he was savaged by the Spanish press
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