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Meaning of “cud” in the English Dictionary

"cud" in British English

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cudnoun [U]

uk   us   /kʌd/
food that has been ​eaten by an ​animal with more than one ​stomach, such as a ​cow, and that comes back into the animal's ​mouth to be chewed again before going into the second ​stomach: UK a ​cowchewing the cudUS a ​cowchewing cud
(Definition of cud from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “cud”
in Spanish rumiar…
in Vietnamese nhai lại…
in Malaysian mamahan…
in Thai อาหารที่วัวสำรอกออกมาเคี้ยวใหม่…
in French ruminer…
in German wiederkäuen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 反刍的食物…
in Indonesian memamah biak…
in Chinese (Traditional) 反芻的食物…
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