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weasel

noun [C] uk   /ˈwiː.zəl/ us  
a small mammal with reddish-brown fur and a long body that can kill other small animals such as mice and birds for food
Translations of “weasel”
in Korean 족제비…
in Arabic ابن عُرس…
in French belette…
in Turkish gelincik, sansar…
in Italian donnola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鼬,黃鼠狼…
in Russian горностай, ласка…
in Polish łasica…
in Spanish comadreja…
in Portuguese doninha…
in German das Wiesel…
in Catalan mostela…
in Japanese イタチ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鼬,黄鼠狼…
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