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burrownoun [C]

us   /ˈbɜr·oʊ, ˈbʌr·oʊ/
a hole dug in the ground that an animal, such as a rabbit, lives in
burrow
verb [I always + adv/prep] us   /ˈbɜr·oʊ, ˈbʌ·roʊ/
Moles burrowed under our lawn.
(Definition of burrow from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “burrow”
in Korean 굴…
in Arabic جُحْر…
in Malaysian lubang dalam tanah…
in French terrier…
in Russian рыть нору…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指動物挖掘居住的)洞穴,地道…
in Italian tana…
in Turkish yuva yapmak, tünel açmak, oyuk açmak…
in Polish ryć…
in Spanish madriguera…
in Vietnamese cái hang…
in Portuguese toca, cova…
in Thai รูหรือโพรง…
in German der Bau…
in Catalan cau…
in Japanese (動物の)巣穴…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指动物挖掘居住的)洞穴,地道…
in Indonesian liang…
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