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fox

noun [C/U]  us   /fɑks/
a wild mammal belonging to the dog family which has a pointed face and ears, a wide furry tail, and often red-brown fur, or the fur of this animal: [C] A fox who had smelled the chickens came out of the woods into the yard.
Translations of “fox”
in Arabic ثَعْلَب…
in Korean 여우…
in Malaysian rubah…
in French renard…
in Turkish tilki…
in Italian volpe…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動物, 狐,狐狸, 狐狸皮…
in Russian лиса…
in Polish lis…
in Vietnamese cáo…
in Spanish zorro…
in Portuguese raposa…
in Thai สุนัขจิ้งจอก…
in German der Fuchs…
in Catalan guineu…
in Japanese キツネ…
in Indonesian rubah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动物, 狐,狐狸, 狐狸皮…
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