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Translation of "hare" - English-Spanish dictionary

hare

noun   /heər/
an animal like a large rabbit that can run very fast and has long ears liebre
verb   /heər/ mainly UK
to run or go very quickly, usually in an uncontrolled way corretear I saw her haring off down the road after Molly.
(Definition of hare from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hare

noun /heə/
an animal with long ears, like a rabbit but slightly larger. liebre
(Definition of hare from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “hare”
in Korean 토끼…
in Arabic أرْنَب بَرّي…
in Malaysian sejenis arnab…
in French lièvre…
in Russian заяц…
in Chinese (Traditional) 野兔…
in Italian lepre…
in Turkish yabani tavşan…
in Polish zając…
in Vietnamese thỏ rừng…
in Portuguese lebre…
in Thai กระต่ายป่า เป็นสัตว์ในตระกูล Lepus…
in German der Hase…
in Catalan llebre…
in Japanese 野うさぎ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 野兔…
in Indonesian terwelu…
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