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ferret

noun /ˈferit/
a type of small, weasel-like animal used to chase rabbits out of their holes.
hurón
ferret (about) verb to search busily and persistently
hurgar
He ferreted about in the cupboard.
Translations of “ferret”
in Korean 흰담비…
in Arabic نِمس…
in French furet…
in Italian furetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雪貂(馴養用以捕兔等小動物)…
in Russian хорек…
in Turkish dağ/yaban gelinciği…
in Polish tchórz, fretka…
in Portuguese furão…
in German das Frettchen…
in Catalan fura…
in Japanese フェレット(イタチ科の動物、ウサギ狩に使う)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雪貂(驯养用以捕兔等小动物)…
(Definition of ferret from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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