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Sep 8, 2021

[Answer] 7. Sharks are a type of fish with a cartilaginous skeleton that prowl ocean waters. When shark is a noun referring to a person how would he best be described?

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...1. an extremely angry person 2. a person with a terrible set of teeth 3. a dishonest person 4. a fast swimmer Sharks are meat eaters and their general diet includes fish and other sea mammals such as seals. They are generally feared by humans although not all of them are aggressive toward humans. The term "loan shark" refers to someone who loans money at a very high rate of interest. The term "shark" is not always negative; it can also be used to refer to someone that is exceptionally good at something. (This note was added thanks to the input of Sundancer415.) "Slim and Clyde were taken in by the shark from the big city and got in big trouble when they couldn't repay their loan quickly enough."




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a dishonest person:


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