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tortoise

noun /ˈtoːtəs/
a kind of four-footed, slow-moving reptile covered with a hard shell. tortuga
Translations of “tortoise”
in Arabic سُلَحْفاة…
in Korean 거북이…
in Malaysian kura-kura…
in French tortue…
in Turkish kara kaplumbağası…
in Italian tartaruga…
in Chinese (Traditional) 龜,陸龜…
in Russian черепаха…
in Polish żółw (= lądowy)…
in Vietnamese rùa cạn…
in Portuguese tartaruga terrestre…
in Thai เต่า…
in German die Schildkröte…
in Catalan tortuga (de terra)…
in Japanese (陸上の)カメ…
in Indonesian kura-kura…
in Chinese (Simplified) 龟,陆龟…
(Definition of tortoise from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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