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hind

adjective [before noun] uk   /haɪnd/ us  
at the back of an animal's body: a hind leg

hind

noun [C] uk   /haɪnd/ ( plural hinds or hind) mainly UK us  
a female deer, especially a red deer
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Translations of “hind”
in Spanish cierva…
in French biche…
in German die Hirschkuh…
in Chinese (Traditional) (動物)身體後部的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (动物)身体后部的…
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