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Spanish translation of “lion”

lion

noun /ˈlaiən/ (feminine lioness)
a type of large, flesh-eating animal of the cat family, the male of which has a long, coarse mane.
león; leona
the lion’s share noun the largest share
la parte del león
Tony ate the lion’s share of the apple pie.
(Definition of lion from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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