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Translation of "dolphin" - English-Spanish dictionary

dolphin

noun   /ˈdɒl·fɪn/
B1 an intelligent sea animal that breathes air and looks like a large fish delfín
(Definition of dolphin from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dolphin

noun /ˈdolfin/
a type of sea-animal about two and a half to three metres/meters long, closely related to the porpoise. delfín
(Definition of dolphin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dolphin”
in Korean 돌고래…
in Arabic دولْفين…
in Malaysian ikan lumba-lumba…
in French dauphin…
in Russian дельфин…
in Chinese (Traditional) 海豚…
in Italian delfino…
in Turkish yunus balığı…
in Polish delfin…
in Vietnamese cá heo…
in Portuguese golfinho…
in Thai ปลาโลมา…
in German der Delphin…
in Catalan dofí…
in Japanese イルカ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 海豚…
in Indonesian lumba-lumba…
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