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Spanish translation of “giraffe”

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giraffe

noun /dʒiˈraːf/ ( plurals giraffes, giraffe)
an African animal with a very long neck, long legs and spots.
jirafa
giraffe is spelt with one r and two fs.
Translations of “giraffe”
in Korean 기린…
in Arabic زَرافة…
in French girafe…
in Italian giraffa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 長頸鹿…
in Russian жираф…
in Turkish zürafa…
in Polish żyrafa…
in Portuguese girafa…
in German die Giraffe…
in Catalan girafa…
in Japanese キリン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 长颈鹿…
(Definition of giraffe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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