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house-trained

adjective uk   /ˈhaʊs.treɪnd/ mainly UK ( US usually housebroken) us  
(of a pet) having learned not to urinate or empty its bowels in your home
Translations of “house-trained”
in Chinese (Traditional) (寵物)受過訓練不在室內便溺的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (宠物)受过训练不在室内便溺的…
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