Translation of anaconda in Spanish:


anaconda, n.

Pronunciation /ˌænəˈkɑndə/ /ˌanəˈkɒndə/


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    anaconda feminine
    • This reptile family includes such notable snakes as anacondas, pythons, and boa constrictors, all big animals notorious for their ability to tackle prey even larger than themselves.
    • You got the python, Larry, the anaconda and the boa constrictor.
    • They are also preyed upon by mammalian predators such as cats, and by snakes such as boas and anacondas.
    • Snakes were initially heavily muscled, swamp-based creatures much like today's anacondas of South America.
    • The bite of a very large nonpoisonous snake, like a twenty-foot anaconda or python, may be considered dangerous.
    • While other snakes can grow longer, they cannot match the anaconda's length and bulk.
    • Jaguars may have been their most important predators, but some are probably killed by anacondas and caimans.
    • Even a fearsome spectacled caiman is unable to escape an anaconda's fatal embrace.
    • You know the python from Africa and Asia, the anaconda from South America.
    • Watch as a female anaconda in Venezuela hunts down a capybara - the world's largest rodent - and swallows her meal whole.
    • While accessible to surrounding tribes, the area remains largely untouched because of the belief that a giant anaconda guards its shores.
    • I knew, of course, that seasnakes could swim and anacondas lurked the backwaters of the Amazon, but I was unprepared for how fast tiny green snakes could get from a riverbank to us.
    • Over 60 species can be seen ranging from giant cockroaches to crocodiles and anacondas.
    • Actually, anacondas are slow, shy reptiles, which are found in swamps of South America.
    • That man handled everything from anacondas to zebras.
    • Can we look for lions and anacondas to take pictures of?
    • More recently, two giant anacondas vanished from their cages on the very day a major police operation named after them commenced and were just as mysteriously repatriated after a nationwide alarm was raised.
    • Despite being set in the jungles of Borneo, where anacondas are not known to slither, the film has a host of giant computer-animated specimens, but it doesn't think of much to do with them.
    • I observe three committed young men strangling their instruments as if wrestling with man-eating anacondas.
    • The skin of an anaconda stretches across most of the ceiling.