(a) dangerous beast

(a) dangerous beast
a dangerous (fierce, ferocious/savage, terrible, wild) beast опасный (свирепый, лютый, страшный, дикий) зверь

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  • Beast Quest — The 4th Beast Quest series Multiple Series Beast Quest The Golden Armour The …   Wikipedia

  • beast — [ bist ] noun count ** 1. ) MAINLY LITERARY an animal, especially a dangerous or strange one: a wild beast 2. ) a cruel or immoral person, especially one who behaves in a violent or sexual way a ) INFORMAL OLD FASHIONED used for speaking to… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • beast — [bi:st] n [Date: 1100 1200; : Old French; Origin: beste, from Latin bestia] 1.) written an animal, especially a large or dangerous one 2.) old fashioned someone who is cruel or unpleasant ▪ You beast! Let go! 3.) something of a particular type or …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • beast — ► NOUN 1) an animal, especially a large or dangerous mammal. 2) a very cruel or wicked person. ORIGIN Latin bestia …   English terms dictionary

  • Beast (Disney character) — DisneyChar name =Beast image caption =Beast dancing with Belle. first appearance = Beauty and the Beast (1991) created by =Glen Keane voiced by =Robby Benson (English) Emmanuel Jacomy (French) Matthias Freihof (German) Jordi Brau (Spanish) Arturo …   Wikipedia

  • Beast of Exmoor — Infobox Paranormalcreatures Creature Name = Beast of Exmoor Image Caption = A Black Leopard, allegedly the beast of Exmoor Grouping = Cryptid Sub Grouping = Alien big cat AKA = Country = United Kingdom Region = Devon/Somerset Habitat = First… …   Wikipedia

  • beast — 01. Over a dozen villagers have been killed and eaten by a strange unknown [beast] living in the nearby forest. 02. Wolves have long been described as dangerous [beasts] in children s stories, but actually they are very timid, intelligent animals …   Grammatical examples in English

  • beast — [[t]bi͟ːst[/t]] beasts 1) N COUNT You can refer to an animal as a beast, especially if it is a large, dangerous, or unusual one. [LITERARY] ...the threats our ancestors faced from wild beasts. ...a centaur: half man, half beast. 2) N COUNT: usu… …   English dictionary

  • beast */*/ — UK [biːst] / US [bɪst] noun [countable] Word forms beast : singular beast plural beasts 1) mainly literary an animal, especially a dangerous or strange one a wild beast 2) mainly journalism a cruel or immoral person, especially one who behaves in …   English dictionary

  • beast — noun (C) 1 literary an animal, especially a large or dangerous one 2 old fashioned especially spoken someone who is cruel or unpleasant: You filthy beast! 3 spoken a job, problem etc that is difficult to deal with: Can you undo this jar? It s a… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Beast of Riber — The Beast of Riber is an alleged wild animal that may live in the Derbyshire Dales in England around the hamlet of Riber near Matlock.Some believe it to be a phantom wild cat, like the Beast of Bodmin, whilst other contest that it is simply a fox …   Wikipedia


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