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Translation of "donkey" - English-Spanish dictionary

donkey

noun /ˈdoŋki/
a domesticated animal with long ears related to the horse but smaller. burro
a stupid person burro, tonto, imbécil, idiota Don’t be such a donkey!
donkey work noun
hard, uninteresting work trabajo pesado We have a computer now, which saves us a lot of donkey work.
donkey’s years/ages noun plural
a very long time siglos, mucho tiempo It’s donkey’s years since I was last there.
Translations of “donkey”
in Arabic حِمار…
in Korean 당나귀…
in Malaysian keldai, orang bodoh…
in French âne, ânesse, imbécile…
in Turkish eşek, merkep…
in Italian asino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 驢…
in Russian осел…
in Polish osioł…
in Vietnamese con lừa, người ngu ngốc…
in Portuguese asno, burro…
in Thai ลา, คนโง่…
in German der Esel…
in Catalan ase…
in Japanese ロバ…
in Indonesian keledai, bodoh…
in Chinese (Simplified) 驴…
(Definition of donkey from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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