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oar

noun [C]  /ɔr, oʊr/ us  
a long pole with a wide, flat part at one end which is used to row a boat (= move it through water)
Translations of “oar”
in Korean 노…
in Arabic مِجْذاف…
in French aviron, rame…
in Turkish kayık küreği…
in Italian remo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 槳, 櫓…
in Russian весло…
in Polish wiosło…
in Spanish remo…
in Portuguese remo…
in German das Ruder…
in Catalan rem…
in Japanese (ボートの)オール…
in Chinese (Simplified) 桨, 橹…
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