Origin of predatorback-formation from predatory
The lion is a predator.
The definition of a predator is a person or an animal that hunts a smaller weaker person or animal.
An example of a predator is a lion hunting a gazelle.
- An organism that lives by preying on other organisms.
- A person or group that robs, victimizes, or exploits others for gain.
Origin of predatorLatin praedātor pillager from praedārī to plunder ; see predatory .
An animal that lives by capturing and eating other animals.
From Latin praedÄtor, from praedor (“loot, pillage"), from praeda (“booty, spoils, prey").
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