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venison

noun [U] uk   us   /ˈven.ɪ.sən/
meat that comes from a deer
Translations of “venison”
in Arabic لَحم الغَزال…
in Korean 사슴 고기…
in Malaysian daging rusa…
in French (de) gibier…
in Turkish geyik eti…
in Italian cervo (carne)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鹿肉…
in Russian оленина…
in Polish sarnina…
in Vietnamese thịt thú rừng săn được…
in Spanish carne de venado…
in Portuguese carne de veado…
in Thai เนื้อกวาง…
in German das Wildbrett, Wildbrett-……
in Catalan carn de cérvol…
in Japanese 鹿の肉…
in Indonesian daging rusa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鹿肉…
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