hunting definition

  • noun:
    • the game or sport of pursuing game.
    • The act of carrying out a search for anything: residence searching.
    • Electronics The regular variation in speed of a synchronous engine with respect to the existing.
    • Chasing and killing animals for sport or to get food.
    • shopping for anything, particularly for employment or flat.
    • Fluctuating around a central worth without stabilizing.
    • The pursuit of game or of wild animals.
    • The pursuit of online game; the art or practice of seeking wildlife in any way for the purpose of recording or killing all of them; the chase, either as a source of livelihood or as a recreation or field sport; positively, in England, fox-hunting; coursing.
    • In change-ringing, the procedure of switching your order where any bell in a peal is rung. See quest, v. i., 3.
    • An arrangement inside amount of teeth of gears in touch such that the exact same teeth enter into touch with one another only after several revolutions.
    • the pursuit and killing or capture of wildlife seen as an activity
    • the activity of looking completely in order to find one thing or some body
    • the work of finding and killing or shooting pets for food or pelts
  • verb:
    • provide participle of hunt.

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