English version

leopard

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Animals
leopardleop‧ard /ˈlepəd $ -ərd/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 leopard.jpg HBAa large animal of the cat family, with yellow fur and black spots, which lives in Africa and South Asia2 a leopard can’t change its spots
Examples from the Corpus
leopardBut we also saw all kinds of animals, like monkeys, parrots, deer, and even a leopard.The basic leopard is spotted almost from nose to tail.Ten miles straight up, at the mercy of bears, leopards and tigers.During his chaste vigil he had a vision of wolves, bears, lions, leopards and unicorns.Some leopards specialize in catching birds.He was holding a stout branch, and impaled upon it was the bloody head of the leopard.Singly, the leopard would defeat them, but together they can drive it away.
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