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reptilenoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈrep.taɪl/
C1 an animal that produces eggs and uses the heat of the sun to keep its blood warm
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in Arabic حَيوان زاحِف…
in Korean 파충류…
in Malaysian reptilia…
in French reptile…
in Turkish sürüngen…
in Italian rettile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 爬行動物…
in Russian пресмыкающееся…
in Polish gad…
in Vietnamese loài bò sát…
in Spanish reptil…
in Portuguese réptil…
in Thai สัตว์เลื้อยคลาน…
in German das Reptil…
in Catalan rèptil…
in Japanese は虫類…
in Indonesian reptil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 爬行动物…
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