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duck

noun /dak/ ( plurals ducks, duck)
a kind of wild or domesticated waterbird with short legs and a broad flat beak.
pato
a female duck. See also drake.
pata
in cricket, a score of nil by a batsman
cero
He was out for a duck.
duckling /-liŋ/ noun a baby duck.
patito
Translations of “duck”
in Korean 오리…
in Arabic بَط…
in French canard, cane, zéro…
in Italian anatra…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鳥, 鴨子, 鴨肉…
in Russian утка…
in Turkish ördek…
in Polish kaczka…
in Portuguese pato…
in German die Ente, die Null…
in Catalan ànec…
in Japanese アヒル…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鸟, 鸭子, 鸭肉…
(Definition of duck from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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