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dachshund

noun [C] uk   /ˈdæk.sənd/  us   /ˈdɑːks.hʊnd/ (UK informal sausage dog, US informal wiener dog)
a small dog with a long body and short legs
Translations of “dachshund”
in Arabic الدشهَند (كَلب ألماني)…
in Korean 닥스훈트…
in Malaysian anjing katik…
in French basset allemand…
in Italian bassotto tedesco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 達克斯獵狗,臘腸狗…
in Vietnamese chó chồn…
in Spanish perro tejonero/salchicha…
in Portuguese dachshund…
in Thai สุนัขดัชชุนด์…
in German der Dackel…
in Catalan gos salsitxa…
in Japanese ダックスフンド…
in Indonesian anjing yang badannya panjang kakinya pendek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 达克斯猎狗,腊肠狗…
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