Translation of feral in Spanish:


asilvestrado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈfɛrəl/ /ˈfɪrəl/ /ˈfɛr(ə)l/ /ˈfɪərəl/

Definition of asilvestrado in Spanish


  • 1

    (once domesticated)
    (pigeon/cat) asilvestrado
    • The electricians will have to watch out for snakes in the water, wild animals and feral dogs.
    • The impact of both domestic and feral cats on small native animal wildlife and birds is a controversial issue in Australia.
    • If, however, the cat and kitten are feral, you might consider keeping the kitten.
    • Somehow they know to elude predators - birds, crabs and feral cats - to reach the sea.
    • The deer, sheep and feral goats obviously appreciated the route through the forest too.
    • This is a high, wild and remote spot, home to feral goats, red deer and golden eagle.
    • The citizens of southern California are debating the balance between feral cats versus dirty rats.
    • Now the sheer cliffs are inhabited by choughs, golden eagles, feral goats and basking seals.
    • He rates predation by feral cats and foxes as the single biggest threat to native animals in the Territory.
    • She said previously the feral cats kept down the numbers of rats and mice on farms.
    • While thousands of acres have been fenced in, much of the land is idle and feral cats and foxes have breached fence lines.
    • How long before the novelty wears off, and that kitten ends up another feral cat?
    • Suddenly a pack of skinny Malaysian dogs shot onto the lawns below, chasing a feral cat.
    • Animal rights activists object to euthanizing stray and feral cats at either place.
    • The activists were protesting plans by the hospital to trap up to 75 feral cats and turn them over to a local animal pound.
    • Apparently rural hunters use dogs to hunt down and kill feral pigs.
    • His hunting skills have also been used for the control of feral pigs in Hawaii, where he has advised on the use and training of dogs.
    • Thankfully, a new campaign has been launched to help secure protection for feral goats around Ireland.
    • A labour-intensive programme of trapping will reduce the numbers of stoats and feral cats.
    • A pack of feral dogs lived among the heaps of dirt for a time, scavenging among empty beer cans and shopping trolleys.
  • 2formal

    (child) salvaje