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zebra

noun   /ˈzeb·rə/
an animal like a horse with black and white lines cebra
(Definition of zebra from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

zebra

noun /ˈziːbrə, ˈzeb-/ ( plural zebras, zebra)
a kind of striped animal of the horse family, found wild in Africa cebra a herd of zebras.
zebra crossing noun
(British ) a place, marked in black and white stripes, where traffic stops for pedestrians to cross a street; crosswalk (American) paso de peatones, paso de cebra
(Definition of zebra from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “zebra”
in Korean 얼룩말…
in Arabic حِمار وَحْشي…
in Malaysian kuda belang…
in French zèbre…
in Russian зебра…
in Chinese (Traditional) (產於非洲的)斑馬…
in Italian zebra…
in Turkish zebra…
in Polish zebra…
in Vietnamese ngựa vằn…
in Portuguese zebra…
in Thai ม้าลาย…
in German das Zebra…
in Catalan zebra…
in Japanese シマウマ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (产于非洲的)斑马…
in Indonesian zebra…
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