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rhinoceros

noun [C] uk   /raɪˈnɒs.ər.əs/ us    /-ˈnɑː.sɚ-/ ( plural rhinoceros or rhinoceroses) ( informal rhino)
a very large thick-skinned animal from Africa or Asia, which has one or two horns on its nose: a population of black/white rhinoceros
Translations of “rhinoceros”
in Korean 라이노, 코뿔소…
in Arabic وَحيد القرْن…
in French rhinocéros…
in Turkish gergedan…
in Italian rinoceronte…
in Chinese (Traditional) 犀牛…
in Russian носорог…
in Polish nosorożec…
in Spanish rinoceronte…
in Portuguese rinoceronte…
in German das Nashorn…
in Catalan rinoceront…
in Japanese (動物の)サイ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 犀牛…
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