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walrus

noun [C] uk   /ˈwɔːl.rəs/  us   /ˈwɑːl-/ (plural walruses or walrus)
a mammal that lives in the sea and on beaches in the Arctic. It is similar to a seal but larger, with two tusks and long hairs growing near its mouth.
Translations of “walrus”
in Arabic حِصان البَحر…
in Korean 바다 코끼리…
in Malaysian anjing laut…
in French morse…
in Turkish deniz aygırı…
in Italian tricheco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 海象…
in Russian морж…
in Polish mors…
in Vietnamese hải mã…
in Spanish morsa…
in Portuguese morsa…
in Thai สัตว์ทะเลพวกเดียวกับสิงโตทะเลและแมวน้ำ…
in German das Walroß…
in Catalan morsa…
in Japanese セイウチ…
in Indonesian walrus…
in Chinese (Simplified) 海象…
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