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sea lion

noun [C] uk   us  
a large seal (= sea animal), found mainly in the Pacific, that has large ears and can move on land
Translations of “sea lion”
in Korean 바다 사자…
in Arabic أسد البَحر…
in Portuguese leão-marinho…
in Catalan lleó marí…
in Japanese アシカ, トド…
in Italian leone marino, otaria…
in Chinese (Traditional) 海獅…
in Russian морской лев…
in Turkish deniz aslanı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 海狮…
in Polish lew morski…
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