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skunknoun [C]

 us   /skʌŋk/
a small, furry, black-and-white animal with a large tail, which makes a strong, unpleasant smell as a defense when it is attacked
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Translations of “skunk”
in Vietnamese chồn hôi…
in Spanish mofeta, zorrillo…
in Malaysian skunk…
in Thai สัตว์สีดำสลับขาวพ่นกลิ่นเหม็นเมื่อตกใจ…
in French mouffette…
in German das Stinktier…
in Chinese (Traditional) 北美臭鼬…
in Russian скунс…
in Turkish kokarca…
in Chinese (Simplified) 北美臭鼬…
in Indonesian segung…
in Polish skunks…
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