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Translation of "leopard" - English-Spanish dictionary

leopard

noun   /ˈlep·əd/
a large wild animal of the cat family, with yellow fur and dark spots leopardo
(Definition of leopard from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

leopard

noun /ˈlepəd/
a type of large spotted animal of the cat family. leopardo
(Definition of leopard from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “leopard”
in Korean 표범…
in Arabic فَهْد…
in Malaysian harimau bintang…
in French léopard…
in Russian леопард…
in Chinese (Traditional) 豹…
in Italian leopardo…
in Turkish leopar…
in Polish lampart, pantera…
in Vietnamese con báo…
in Portuguese leopardo…
in Thai เสือดาว…
in German der Leopard…
in Catalan lleopard…
in Japanese ヒョウ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 豹…
in Indonesian macan tutul…
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