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bull

noun /bul/
the male of the ox family and of the whale, walrus, elephant etc.
mâle
a bull’s-eye.
centre d’une cible
bullock /-lək/ noun a young bull.
bouvillon
a castrated bull, an ox, often used to pull bullock carts.
boeuf
bullfight noun in Spain etc a fight between a bull and men on horseback and on foot.
corrida
bullfighter noun
torero
bullring noun the enclosed area where a bullfight takes place.
arène
bull’s-eye noun the centre of a target, especially in archery, darts etc.
mille
Translations of “bull”
in Arabic ثَوْر…
in Korean 황소…
in Malaysian lembu jantan, sasaran dibahagian tengah…
in Turkish boğa…
in Italian toro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動物, 公牛, 雄象…
in Russian бык…
in Polish byk…
in Vietnamese bò đực, con đực (cá voi, voi…)…
in Spanish toro, diana…
in Portuguese touro…
in Thai วัวตัวผู้หรือสัตว์ตัวผู้, ใจกลางเป้า…
in German der Bulle, das Bullauge…
in Catalan toro, brau…
in Japanese 雄牛…
in Indonesian lembu jantan, sasaran…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动物, 公牛, 雄象…
(Definition of bull from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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