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Translation of "zoo" - English-Spanish dictionary

zoo

noun   /zuː/ ( plural zoos)
A1 a place where wild animals are kept and people come to look at them zoo
(Definition of zoo from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

zoo

noun /zuː/
(short for zoological garden) a place where wild animals are kept for the public to see, and for study, breeding etc zoo, parque zoológico I thought I’d take the children to the zoo on Sunday.
zookeeper noun
someone whose job is to take care of the animals in a zoo guardián, vigilante
(Definition of zoo from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “zoo”
in Korean 동물원…
in Arabic حَديقة حَيوان…
in Malaysian zoo…
in French zoo…
in Russian зоопарк…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指野生)動物園…
in Italian giardino zoologico…
in Turkish hayvanat bahçesi…
in Polish zoo…
in Vietnamese sở thú…
in Portuguese zoológico…
in Thai สวนสัตว์…
in German der Zoo…
in Catalan zoo…
in Japanese 動物園…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指野生)动物园…
in Indonesian kebun binatang…
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