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guide dog

noun [C] uk   us  
a dog that has been specially trained to help a blind person travel around safely: guide dogs for the blind
Translations of “guide dog”
in Chinese (Traditional) (盲人的)領路狗,導盲犬…
in Russian собака-поводырь…
in Turkish körler için eğitilmiş rehber köpek…
in Chinese (Simplified) (盲人的)领路狗,导盲犬…
in Polish pies przewodnik…
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