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pandanoun [C]

 us   /ˈpæn·də/
a ​large black-and-white ​mammal, ​similar to a ​bear, that ​lives in ​forests in China and ​eatsbamboo (= ​stems of a ​type of ​grass)
(Definition of panda from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “panda”
in Korean 자이언트 판다…
in Arabic حَيوان الباندا…
in Malaysian panda…
in French panda…
in Russian панда…
in Chinese (Traditional) 熊貓,大熊貓…
in Italian panda…
in Turkish panda…
in Polish panda…
in Spanish panda…
in Vietnamese gấu trúc…
in Portuguese panda…
in Thai หมีแพนด้า…
in German der Panda…
in Catalan panda…
in Japanese パンダ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 熊猫,大熊猫…
in Indonesian panda…
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