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  1. tiger

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    • n.
      a very large solitary cat with a yellow-brown coat striped with black, native to the forests of Asia but becoming increasingly rare.;used to refer to someone fierce, determined, or ambitious
    • noun: tiger, plural noun: tigers

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    • 1. a very large solitary cat with a yellow-brown coat striped with black, native to the forests of Asia but becoming increasingly rare.
    • 2. used to refer to someone fierce, determined, or ambitious:

      despite his wound, he still fought like a tiger

      one of the sport's young tigers

    • 3. a dynamic economy of one of the smaller East Asian countries, especially that of Singapore, Taiwan, or South Korea.
    • 4. a person with an insatiable appetite for something:

      I'm a tiger for a bargain

    • 5. used in names of tiger moths and striped butterflies, e.g. scarlet tiger, plain tiger.
    • 6. another term for Tamil Tigers
    • n. a small forest cat that has a light brown coat with dark stripes and blotches, native to Central and South America.

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    • n. a small forest cat that has a light brown coat with dark stripes and blotches, native to Central and South America.

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    • n. a deadly Australian snake, typically marked with brown and yellow bands.

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    • n. any of a number of aggressive predatory fish.

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    • n. a strict or demanding mother who pushes her child or children to high levels of achievement, especially by using methods regarded as typical of childrearing in China and other parts of East Asia:

    • because of the number of classes her daughter attends, Lee says some people will think she's a tiger mother

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    • n. a fast-running predatory beetle which has spotted or striped wing cases and flies in sunshine. The larvae live in tunnels from which they snatch passing insect prey.

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    • n. the Irish economy, or Ireland itself, as regarded during the period of rapid economic growth that characterized the 1990s and early 21st century.

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    • n. another term for thylacine

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    • n.
      a very large solitary cat with a yellow-brown coat striped with black, native to the forests of Asia but becoming increasingly rare.

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