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Translation of "swan" - English-Spanish dictionary

swan

noun   /swɒn/
a large, white bird with a long neck that lives on lakes and rivers cisne
(Definition of swan from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

swan

noun /swon/
a large, usually white, water-bird of the duck family, with a long graceful neck. cisne
swan song noun
the last work or performance of eg a poet, musician etc before his death or retirement. canto de cisne
(Definition of swan from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “swan”
in Korean 백조…
in Arabic بَجْعة…
in Malaysian swan…
in French cygne…
in Russian лебедь…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天鵝…
in Italian cigno…
in Turkish kuğu…
in Polish łabędź…
in Vietnamese con thiên nga…
in Portuguese cisne…
in Thai หงส์…
in German der Schwan…
in Catalan cigne…
in Japanese ハクチョウ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天鹅…
in Indonesian angsa…
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