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moosenoun [C]

uk   /muːs/  us   /muːs/ (plural moose) (UK also elk)
a type of large deer with large, flat horns and a long nose that lives in the forests of North America, northern Europe, and Asia
(Definition of moose from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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moosenoun [C]

 us   /mus/ (plural moose)
a type of large deer of North America and northern Europe, having large, flat horns
(Definition of moose from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “moose”
in Vietnamese nai sừng tấm Bắc Mỹ…
in Spanish alce…
in Malaysian rusa besar…
in Thai กวางขนาดใหญ่ที่มีเขาแบน…
in French orignal…
in German der Elch…
in Chinese (Traditional) 麋,駝鹿…
in Russian американский лось…
in Turkish Kanada geyiği…
in Chinese (Simplified) 麋,驼鹿…
in Indonesian rusa besar…
in Polish łoś…
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