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ti·ger
[tahy-ger]
NOUN [PLURAL TI·GERS, TI·GER.]
1.
a large, carnivorous, tawny-colored and black-striped feline, Panthera tigris, of Asia, ranging in several subspecies from India and the Malay Peninsula to Siberia: the entire species is endangered, with some subspecies thought to be extinct.
2.
the cougar, jaguar, thylacine, or other animal resembling the tiger.
3.
a person resembling a tiger in fierceness, courage, etc.
4.
a country that is considered to have a tiger economy: Taiwan is one of the four Asian tigers.
5.
an additional cheer (often the word tiger) at the end of a round of cheering.
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