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boomerang

noun /ˈbuːməraŋ/
a curved piece of wood used by Australian aborigines which, when thrown, returns to the thrower.
bumerán
Translations of “boomerang”
in French boomerang…
in German der Bumerang…
in Chinese (Traditional) 回力鏢,回飛棒…
in Russian бумеранг…
in Turkish fırlatıldığında geri gelen hafif kıvrımlı bir tahta, bumerang, fırlatgelsin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 回飞镖,回飞棒…
in Polish bumerang…
(Definition of boomerang from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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