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turtle

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈtɜː.tl̩/ US  /ˈtɝː.t̬l̩/ ( plural turtles or turtle)
an animal which lives in or near water and has a thick shell covering its body into which it can move its head and legs for protection
龜;海龜
Reptile and amphibian names
Translations of “turtle”
in Korean 거북이…
in Arabic سُلَحْفاة بَحَرِيّة…
in French tortue de mer…
in Italian tartaruga marina…
in Russian черепаха…
in Turkish deniz/su kaplumbağası…
in Polish żółw (wodny lub morski)…
in Spanish tortuga marina…
in Portuguese tartaruga marinha…
in German die Seeschildkröte…
in Catalan tortuga (marina)…
in Japanese 海ガメ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 龟, 海龟…
(Definition of turtle from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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