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Translation of "bison" - English-Spanish dictionary

bison

noun /ˈbaisn/ ( plural bison, or bisons)
the American buffalo bisonte a herd of bison. the large European wild ox. bisonte
Translations of “bison”
in Arabic البيسون (الثوْر الأمْريكي)…
in Korean 들소…
in Malaysian bison…
in French bison…
in Turkish öküz, bizon öküzü…
in Italian bisonte…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指北美)野牛…
in Russian бизон…
in Polish bizon…
in Vietnamese trâu Châu Mỹ, bò rừng bizon…
in Portuguese bisão…
in Thai วัวไบซัน, วัวป่าขนาดใหญ่ในยุโรป…
in German der Bison, der Wisent…
in Catalan bisó…
in Japanese バイソン, 野牛…
in Indonesian bison, banteng…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指北美)野牛…
(Definition of bison from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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