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hare

noun [C] uk   /heər/  us   /her/ (plural hares or hare)
an animal like a large rabbit that can run very fast and has long ears

hare

verb [I + adv/prep] uk   /heər/  us   /her/ UK
to run or go very quickly, usually in an uncontrolled way: I saw her haring off down the road after Molly.
Translations of “hare”
in Arabic أرْنَب بَرّي…
in Korean 토끼…
in Malaysian sejenis arnab…
in French lièvre…
in Turkish yabani tavşan…
in Italian lepre…
in Chinese (Traditional) 野兔…
in Russian заяц…
in Polish zając…
in Vietnamese thỏ rừng…
in Spanish liebre…
in Portuguese lebre…
in Thai กระต่ายป่า เป็นสัตว์ในตระกูล Lepus…
in German der Hase…
in Catalan llebre…
in Japanese 野うさぎ…
in Indonesian terwelu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 野兔…
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