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Translation of "lion" - English-Spanish dictionary

lion

noun   /laɪ·ən/
A2 a large wild animal of the cat family, with light brown fur león
(Definition of lion from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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)
Translations of “lion”
in Korean 사자…
in Arabic أسَد…
in Malaysian singa…
in French lion, lionne…
in Russian лев…
in Chinese (Traditional) 獅,獅子, 大師,巨匠, 高人…
in Italian leone…
in Turkish aslan…
in Polish lew…
in Vietnamese sư tử…
in Portuguese leão…
in Thai สิงโต…
in German der Löwe…
in Catalan lleó…
in Japanese ライオン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 狮,狮子, 大师,巨匠, 高人…
in Indonesian singa…
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