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deer

noun [C]
 
 
/dɪər/ US  /dɪr/ ( plural deer)
a quite large animal with four legs which eats grass and leaves. The male has antlers (= wide horns like branches) . The female is called a hind or a doe and the male a stag or buck
鹿
a herd of deer
一群鹿
→  See also reindeer Deer and antelope
Translations of “deer”
in Arabic غَزال…
in Korean 사슴…
in Malaysian rusa…
in French cervidé…
in Turkish geyik…
in Italian cervo, daino…
in Russian олень…
in Polish sarna, jeleń…
in Vietnamese hươu, nai…
in Spanish ciervo, venado…
in Portuguese cervo, veado…
in Thai กวาง…
in German der Hirsch…
in Catalan cérvol…
in Japanese シカ…
in Indonesian rusa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鹿…
(Definition of deer from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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