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Translation of "turtle" - English-German dictionary

turtle

noun
a kind of large tortoise, especially one living in water.
die Seeschildkröte
turtleneck noun (a garment, especially a sweater, with) a high round neck
der Rollkragenpullover; Rollkragen-…
He was wearing a turtleneck (also adjective) a turtleneck sweater.
turtle soup soup made from the flesh of a type of turtle.
die Schildkrötensuppe
Translations of “turtle”
in Arabic سُلَحْفاة بَحَرِيّة…
in Korean 거북이…
in Malaysian penyu…
in French tortue de mer…
in Turkish deniz/su kaplumbağası…
in Italian tartaruga marina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 龜, 海龜…
in Russian черепаха…
in Polish żółw (wodny lub morski)…
in Vietnamese rùa…
in Spanish tortuga marina…
in Portuguese tartaruga marinha…
in Thai เต่า…
in Catalan tortuga (marina)…
in Japanese 海ガメ…
in Indonesian penyu, kura-kura…
in Chinese (Simplified) 龟, 海龟…
(Definition of turtle from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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