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squidnoun [C/U]

 us   /skwɪd/ (plural squid)
an edible sea creature that has a long body with eight arms and two tentacles (= arm-like parts) around the mouth: [U] deep-fried squid
(Definition of squid from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “squid”
in Korean 오징어…
in Arabic حَبّار…
in Malaysian sotong…
in French calmar…
in Russian кальмар…
in Chinese (Traditional) 槍烏賊, (食用的)魷魚…
in Italian calamaro…
in Turkish kalamar, mürekkep balığı…
in Polish kałamarnica, mątwa…
in Spanish calamar…
in Vietnamese mực ống…
in Portuguese lula…
in Thai ปลาหมึก…
in German zehnfüßiger Tintenfisch…
in Catalan calamar…
in Japanese イカ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 枪乌贼, (食用的)鱿鱼…
in Indonesian gurita…
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