moult Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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moultverb [I]

UK (US molt) uk   /məʊlt/  us   /moʊlt/
(of a ​bird or ​animal) to ​losefeathers, ​skin, or ​hair as a ​naturalprocess at a ​particulartime of ​year so that new ​feathers, ​skin, or ​hair can ​grow
(Definition of moult from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “moult”
in Spanish mudar las plumas/la piel…
in Vietnamese rụng lông, thay lông…
in Malaysian ganti kulit…
in Thai ลอกคราบ…
in French muer…
in German sich mausern, sich häuten…
in Chinese (Simplified) (鸟或动物)脱毛, 褪皮, 换羽…
in Indonesian ganti kulit…
in Chinese (Traditional) (鳥或動物)脫毛, 褪皮, 換羽…
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