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domesticated

adjective
 
 
/dəˈmestɪkeɪtɪd/
ANIMAL A domesticated animal is kept as a pet or lives on a farm.
одомашненный, прирученный
General and informal words for animals
PERSON A domesticated person is able or willing to do cleaning, cooking, and other jobs in the home.
занимающийся хозяйством
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in Chinese (Traditional) 能做家務的, 願做家務的…
in Turkish evcilleştirilmiş, evcimen, ev işi yapan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 能做家务的, 愿做家务的…
in Polish udomowiony, oswojony, lubiący prace domowe…
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