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To hunt in Spanish 🇪🇸


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to hunt cazar
How to say “to hunt” in Spanish? “Cazar”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “cazar” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to hunt in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Pronunciation

Normal speech: ca-ZAR
IPA: /ka.’θar/

7 months ago

cazar info.

Tips to remember “cazar”:
– Think of the English noun “catch” which is somewhat similar both in sound and meaning.
– You can also use the mnemonic phrase “Cats are zar chasing prey” to help you associate “cazar” with the act of hunting or chasing.

Explanations:
– “Cazar” is the Spanish verb for “to hunt.” It can also be used metaphorically, meaning to seek or to chase after something.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “*****guir” (to pursue, sometimes used in the context of chasing)
– “Acechar” (to stalk or lie in wait for)

Different conjugations of “cazar”:
– Infinitive: cazar
– Present tense: cazo (I hunt), cazas (you hunt), caza (he/she/it hunts), cazamos (we hunt), cazáis (you all/you guys hunt – Spain, informal), cazan (they/you all/you guys hunt)
– Simple past (preterite) tense: cacé (I hunted), cazaste (you hunted), cazó (he/she/it hunted), cazamos (we hunted), cazasteis (you all hunted – Spain, informal), cazaron (they/you all hunted)
– Imperfect past tense: cazaba (I used to hunt), cazabas (you used to hunt), cazaba (he/she/it used to hunt), cazábamos (we used to hunt), cazabais (you all used to hunt – Spain, informal), cazaban (they/you all used to hunt)
– Future tense: cazaré (I will hunt), cazarás (you will hunt), cazará (he/she/it will hunt), cazaremos (we will hunt), cazaréis (you all will hunt – Spain, informal), cazarán (they/you all will hunt)
– Present subjunctive: cace (I hunt), caces (you hunt), cace (he/she/it hunts), cacemos (we hunt), cacéis (you all hunt – Spain, informal), cacen (they/you all hunt)

Examples of sentences using “cazar”:
– Los leones cazan en grupo para ser más eficientes. (Lions hunt in groups to be more efficient.)
– Mi abuelo solía cazar en esos bosques cuando era joven. (My grandfather used to hunt in those woods when he was young.)
– Cazarán el ciervo al amanecer. (They will hunt the deer at dawn.)
– Aunque no me gusta cazar, respeto las tradiciones de mi cultura. (Even though I don’t like to hunt, I respect the traditions of my culture.)
– Esta zona es conocida por ser un buen lugar para cazar patos. (This area is known for being a good place to hunt ducks.)

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