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hunter

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Other sports
hunterhunt‧er /ˈhʌntə $ -ər/ ●●○ noun  1 [countable]DSO a person who hunts wild animals, or an animal that hunts other animals for food2 souvenir/autograph/bargain etc hunter bounty hunter
Examples from the Corpus
hunterIn Tasmania aborigine hunters led a nomadic life to take advantage of the seasonal food supply in different regions.Prey and hunter, hunter and prey.deer huntersA state insect hunter found the dried-up male Medfly in a trap in Milpitas on Sept. 29.He tended there to wounded animals, who had been harmed by the traps and arrows of hunters.The hunters were not even breaking even, yet the hunt continued despite the falling catches.Vampire hunters need to be a little bit tipsy, he said.
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