An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (insatiable)
a. voracious
El monstruo voraz bajaba de la montaña y se devoraba el ganado.The voracious monster came down from the mountain and devoured the cattle.
b. ravenous
El banquete no sació el voraz apetito del rey.The banquet did little to satisfy the king's ravenous appetite.
c. greedy
La prensa llamó al empresario un "capitalista voraz".The press called the businessman a "greedy capitalist."
2. (ferocious)
a. fierce
Los bomberos trabajan duro para extinguir las voraces llamas.The firefighters are to extinguish the fierce flames.
b. raging
El voraz incendio redujo el granero a cenizas.The raging fire reduced the barn completely.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (persona, apetito)
a. voracious
2. (fuego, enfermedad)
a. raging
1 (devorador) voracious; ravenous; greedy
2 [+fuego] raging; fierce
3 (México) (audaz) bold
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