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kangaroo

noun   /ˌkæŋ·ɡərˈuː/ ( plural kangaroos)
a large Australian animal that moves by jumping on its back legs canguro
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kangaroo

noun /kӕŋɡəˈruː/ ( plural kangaroos)
a type of large Australian animal with very long hind legs and great power of leaping, the female of which carries her young in a pouch on the front of her body. canguro
(Definition of kangaroo from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “kangaroo”
in Korean 캥거루…
in Arabic كَنْغَر…
in Malaysian kanggaru…
in French kangourou…
in Russian кенгуру…
in Chinese (Traditional) 袋鼠…
in Italian canguro…
in Turkish kanguru…
in Polish kangur…
in Vietnamese chuột túi…
in Portuguese canguru…
in Thai จิงโจ้…
in German das Känguruh…
in Catalan cangur…
in Japanese カンガルー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 袋鼠…
in Indonesian kanguru…
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