Traducción de yeti en Español:


yeti, n.

Pronunciación /ˈjɛdi/ /ˈjɛti/

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nombreplural yeti

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    yeti masculino
    • I didn't know what to make of his story of meeting two yetis in the high Himalayas.
    • Presumably the yeti is a northern creature.
    • The yeti howled as the giant glob of ice fell atop of it.
    • About five years ago a climber in the Himalayas claims to have seen a pair of yetis hanging out.
    • Those people will tell you that the yeti is a species of bear.
    • He was rescued by a yeti.
    • He brought back reports of yetis in Tibet.
    • Was this the fabled yeti, terrorizing another doomed high-altitude expedition?
    • He was imprisoned in Switzerland for terrorising skiers while dressed as a yeti.
    • She made her character seem plausible, despite having to play scenes where she was attacked by yetis.
    • Hillary's expedition did bring back furs that supposedly came from yetis, and an abundance of photos of suspicious tracks in the snow.
    • There could be yetis out there somewhere.
    • It was a Karvitaka, an equivalent to a yeti, but a lot bigger.
    • In parts of the Himalaya, the big cats have a near-mythical status comparable with the yeti, or abominable snowman.
    • You said you spotted a yeti and that it was a great disappointment.
    • Reporting a story on extreme-job holders is a lot like stalking the Tibetan yeti.
    • How many times has something as fanciful as a unicorn, a yeti, a mermaid or a werewolf turned out to be based on fact?
    • We don't know the details about the yeti.
    • Scientists were baffled by the DNA in so-called yeti hair discovered by a British expedition in Bhutan two years ago.
    • They played Glastonbury in yeti costumes.