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Two factors are considered here: How close the predator and prey are (in the latter two cases the term prey may be replaced with host) and whether or not the prey are directly killed by the predator is considered, with true predation and parasitoidism involving certain death.
A true predator can commonly be known as one that kills and eats another living thing.
Thus predation is often, though not always, carnivory.