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Translation of "goose" - English-Spanish dictionary

goose

noun /ɡuːs/ ( plural geese /ɡiːs/)
a web-footed animal like a duck, but larger ganso The farmer’s wife keeps geese. goose-flesh noun small bumps on the skin caused by cold or fear; goosebumps, goose pimples piel de gallina I got gooseflesh listening to the spine-chilling story. he etc wouldn’t say boo to a goose he etc is very timid. es un miedica
Translations of “goose”
in Arabic إوَزّة…
in Korean 거위…
in Malaysian angsa…
in French oie…
in Turkish kaz…
in Italian oca…
in Chinese (Traditional) 禽, 鵝…
in Russian гусь…
in Polish gęś…
in Vietnamese ngỗng…
in Portuguese ganso…
in Thai ห่าน…
in German die Gans…
in Catalan oca…
in Japanese ガチョウ, ガン…
in Indonesian angsa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 禽, 鹅…
(Definition of goose from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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