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Translation of "buffalo" - English-Spanish dictionary

buffalo

noun   /ˈbʌf·əl·əʊ/ ( plural buffaloes, buffalo)
a large wild animal similar to a cow búfalo a herd of buffalo
(Definition of buffalo from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

buffalo

noun /ˈbafələu/ ( plurals buffalo, buffaloes)
a large kind of ox, especially the Asian and African varieties búfalo A cart rolled past being pulled by a pair of buffalo.
the American variety of ox; bison. búfalo
(Definition of buffalo from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “buffalo”
in Korean 버팔로, 물소…
in Arabic جاموس…
in Malaysian kerbau, bison…
in French buffle, bison…
in Russian буйвол…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水牛,野牛…
in Italian bufalo…
in Turkish bufalo, boynuzlu ineğe benzer yabani hayvan…
in Polish bawół, bizon…
in Vietnamese con trâu, bò Châu Mỹ…
in Portuguese búfalo…
in Thai ควาย, กระทิง…
in German der Büffel, der Bison…
in Catalan búfal…
in Japanese 水牛, 野牛, バッファロー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水牛,野牛…
in Indonesian kerbau, bison…
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