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ox

noun [C]
 
 
/ɒks/ US  /ɑːks/ ( plural oxen)
a bull (= male cow) which has had its reproductive organs removed, used in the past for pulling loads on farms, or, more generally, any adult of the cattle family
公牛,閹牛;(泛指)牛
Names for the male and female of animalsCattle and similar animals
Translations of “ox”
in Korean 황소…
in Arabic ثَوْر…
in French boeuf, bovidé…
in Italian bue…
in Russian бык…
in Turkish öküz…
in Polish wół…
in Spanish buey, bóvido…
in Portuguese boi…
in German der Ochse, das Rind…
in Catalan bou…
in Japanese 雄ウシ(特に去勢された)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 公牛,阉牛, (泛指)牛…
(Definition of ox from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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