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toucan

noun [C] uk   /ˈtuː.kən/  us   /-kæn/
a South American bird that has a brightly coloured beak
Translations of “toucan”
in Vietnamese chim tucăng…
in Spanish Tucán…
in Thai นกทูแคน…
in Malaysian Toucan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 巨嘴鳥(產於南美洲,其喙顏色鮮艷)…
in Indonesian burung toucan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巨嘴鸟(产于南美洲,其喙颜色鲜艳)…
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