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walrus

noun /ˈwoːlrəs/ ( plurals walruses, walrus)
a type of large sea animal with huge tusks, related to the seal.
morsa
Translations of “walrus”
in Korean 바다 코끼리…
in Arabic حِصان البَحر…
in French morse…
in Italian tricheco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 海象…
in Russian морж…
in Turkish deniz aygırı…
in Polish mors…
in Portuguese morsa…
in German das Walroß…
in Catalan morsa…
in Japanese セイウチ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 海象…
(Definition of walrus from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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