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Spanish translation of “alligator”

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alligator

noun /ˈӕliɡeitə/
a kind of large reptile closely related to the crocodile, found mainly in the rivers of the warmer parts of America.
caimán
Translations of “alligator”
in Korean 악어…
in Arabic تِمْساح…
in French alligator…
in Italian alligatore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 短吻鱷…
in Russian аллигатор…
in Turkish timsah…
in Polish aligator…
in Portuguese aligátor…
in German der Alligator…
in Catalan caiman…
in Japanese ワニ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 短吻鳄…
(Definition of alligator from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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