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lobsternoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈlɑb·stər/
an animal that lives in the sea and has a shell-like covering on its body, two large claws, and eight legs, or the flesh of this animal when used as food: [U] We had lobster for dinner.
(Definition of lobster from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “lobster”
in Korean 바닷가재…
in Arabic كَرْكَنْد, إستاكوزا…
in Malaysian udang karang…
in French homard…
in Russian омар…
in Chinese (Traditional) 龍蝦, 龍蝦肉…
in Italian aragosta…
in Turkish ıstakoz…
in Polish homar…
in Spanish langosta…
in Vietnamese tôm hùm…
in Portuguese lagosta…
in Thai กุ้งทะเลขนาดใหญ่…
in German der Hummer…
in Catalan llagosta…
in Japanese ロブスター…
in Chinese (Simplified) 龙虾, 龙虾肉…
in Indonesian udang karang…
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