Answer:

The word shark comes from the Mayan world “Xoc” which means fish.

The dictionary defines Shark as a voracious cartilaginous fish when referring to the animal.

Dictionaries also define the use of the word “Shark” for people as a “someone who preys greedily on others, as by cheating or usury”.
Also, it refers the informal use of the word shark as “a person who has the unusual ability in a particular field.”

 

 

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