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rodent

noun [C] uk   /ˈrəʊ.dənt/  us   /ˈroʊ-/
any of various small mammals with large, sharp front teeth, such as mice and rats
Translations of “rodent”
in Arabic قارِض…
in Korean 설치류…
in Malaysian menggerit…
in French rongeur…
in Turkish kemirgen hayvan…
in Italian roditore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嚙齒動物(如老鼠等)…
in Russian грызун…
in Polish gryzoń…
in Vietnamese loài gặm nhấm…
in Spanish roedor…
in Portuguese roedor…
in Thai สัตว์ที่ใช้ฟันแทะ…
in German das Nagetier…
in Catalan rosegador…
in Japanese げっ歯類(ネズミやリスなど大きな門歯を持つ小動物)…
in Indonesian binatang mengerat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 啮齿动物(如老鼠等)…
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