Translation of cannibalism in Spanish:


canibalismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkænɪbəlɪzəm/ /ˈkanɪbəˌlɪz(ə)m/


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    canibalismo masculine
    antropofagia feminine
    • Its narrator is a 23-year-old woman whose obsession with cannibalism may be more than academic.
    • It's loosely based on the true story of the only man ever convicted of cannibalism in the United States.
    • Cannibalism never appears within the human boundaries of this imagined community.
    • Cannibalism was one method of establishing otherness in early modern representations of all three groups.
    • They offer the most complex discussions of cannibalism among the Iroquois.
    • In a few fish, reducing brood size sometimes leads to total brood cannibalism.
    • We investigate the adaptive value of cannibalism in this orb-web spider, where 60 percent of males do not survive copulation.
    • Variation in foraging vigor of certain female spiders predicts the occurrence of sexual cannibalism.
    • Ecologically, cannibalism is just a special form of predation, functioning to increase access to animal food.