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turkey

noun   /ˈtɜː·ki/
B1 a bird like a large chicken that you can eat pavo
noun   /ˈtɜː.ki/
a country in southeastern Europe and Western Asia Turquía 656
(Definition of turkey from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

turkey

noun /ˈtəːki/
a kind of large farmyard bird. pavo
its flesh used as food, eaten especially at Christmas or (in the United States) Thanksgiving pavo We had turkey for dinner.
(Definition of turkey from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “turkey”
in Korean 터키, 칠면조…
in Arabic ديك رومي…
in Malaysian ayam belanda, daging ayam belanda…
in French dindon, dinde…
in Russian индюк, индейка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鳥, 火雞, 火雞肉…
in Italian tacchino…
in Turkish hindi…
in Polish indyk…
in Vietnamese gà tây, thịt gà tây…
in Portuguese peru…
in Thai ไก่งวง, เนื้อไก่งวง…
in German der Truthahn…
in Catalan gall dindi…
in Japanese 七面鳥, ターキー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鸟, 火鸡, 火鸡肉…
in Indonesian kalkun, daging kalkun…
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