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Spanish translation of “burrow”

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burrow

noun /ˈbarəu, (American) ˈbəː-/
a hole dug for shelter
madriguera
a rabbit burrow.
Translations of “burrow”
in Korean 굴…
in Arabic جُحْر…
in French terrier…
in Italian tana…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指動物挖掘居住的)洞穴,地道…
in Russian нора…
in Turkish tünel, oyuk, delik…
in Polish nora…
in Portuguese toca, cova…
in German der Bau…
in Catalan cau…
in Japanese (動物の)巣穴…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指动物挖掘居住的)洞穴,地道…
(Definition of burrow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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