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marenoun [C]

uk   /meər/ us   /mer/
  • mare noun [C] (HORSE)

an adult female horse
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  • mare noun [C] (WOMAN)

UK very informal a way of talking to or about a woman that shows a lack of respect: You stupid mare!
  • mare noun [C] (SITUATION)

UK informal a difficult or unpleasant situation or experience: I had a real mare trying to get the printer working again.
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(Definition of mare from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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marenoun [C]

us   /meər/
(Definition of mare from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “mare”
in Vietnamese ngựa cái…
in Spanish yegua…
in Malaysian kuda betina…
in Thai ม้าหรือลาตัวเมีย…
in French jument…
in German die Stute…
in Chinese (Traditional) (成年)母馬…
in Russian кобыла…
in Turkish kısrak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (成年)母马…
in Indonesian kuda betina…
in Polish klacz…
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