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Translation of "shepherd" - English-Spanish dictionary

shepherd

noun   /ˈʃep·əd/
someone whose job is to look after sheep pastor, -ora
(Definition of shepherd from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

shepherd

noun /ˈʃepəd/ ( feminine shepherdess)
a person who looks after sheep pastor; pastora The shepherd and his dog gathered in the sheep.
(Definition of shepherd from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “shepherd”
in Korean 양치기…
in Arabic راعٍ…
in Malaysian gembala…
in French berger/-ère…
in Russian пастух…
in Chinese (Traditional) 牧羊人…
in Italian pastore, -a…
in Turkish çoban…
in Polish pasterz…
in Vietnamese người chăn cừu…
in Portuguese pastor, -ora…
in Thai คนเลี้ยงแกะ…
in German der/die Schäfer(in)…
in Catalan pastor, -a…
in Japanese 羊飼い…
in Chinese (Simplified) 牧羊人,羊倌…
in Indonesian penggembala…
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