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neigh

noun [C] uk   us   /neɪ/
a long, loud, high call that is produced by a horse when it is excited or frightened
neigh
verb [I] uk   us  
When he laughs he sounds like a horse neighing.
Translations of “neigh”
in Arabic صَهيل…
in Korean 울음소리…
in Malaysian meringkik…
in French hennir…
in Italian nitrito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 馬嘶聲…
in Vietnamese hí…
in Spanish relinchar…
in Portuguese relincho…
in Thai ร้องเสียงฮี้ของม้า…
in German wiehern…
in Catalan renill…
in Japanese ヒヒーン(ウマのいななき)…
in Indonesian meringkik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 马嘶声…
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