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lion

noun
 
 
/laɪən/
the lion's share the largest part of something: Basic womenswear categories now constitute the lion's share of clothing industry sales.get/take/receive the lion's share The company gets the lion's share of its profits from personal computer sales.
Translations of “lion”
in Arabic أسَد…
in Korean 사자…
in Malaysian singa…
in French lion, lionne…
in Turkish aslan…
in Italian leone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 獅,獅子, 大師,巨匠, 高人…
in Russian лев…
in Polish lew…
in Vietnamese sư tử…
in Spanish león, leona…
in Portuguese leão…
in Thai สิงโต…
in German der Löwe…
in Catalan lleó…
in Japanese ライオン…
in Indonesian singa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 狮,狮子, 大师,巨匠, 高人…
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