Alligator (noun)

  1. A large semiaquatic reptile with a broad, rounded snout and a powerful tail, native to the Americas.
  2. A type of leather made from the skin of an alligator.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from spanish el lagarto "the lizard".

Examples:

  1. I saw a big alligator sunbathing on a log near the swamp.
  2. He was wearing an alligator leather jacket.
  3. Alligators can live up to 50 years in the wild.
  4. The alligator is a top predator in its habitat.
  5. An alligator's bite is one of the strongest among reptiles.
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