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statuenoun [C]

uk   /ˈstætʃ.uː/  us   /ˈstætʃ.uː/
B1 an ​object made from a hard ​material, ​especiallystone or ​metal, to ​look like a ​person or ​animal: a statue of a ​boy They ​planned to put up/​erect a statue to the ​president.

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(Definition of statue from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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statuenoun [C]

 us   /ˈstætʃ·u/
a ​largeartobject, often ​representing a ​person or an ​animal, that is made from a hard ​material, esp. ​stone or ​metal
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Translations of “statue”
in Korean 조각상…
in Arabic تِمْثال…
in Malaysian tugu…
in French statue…
in Russian статуя…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指石頭或金屬的)雕像,雕塑,塑像…
in Italian statua…
in Turkish heykel…
in Polish posąg…
in Spanish estátua…
in Vietnamese bức tượng…
in Portuguese estátua…
in Thai รูปปั้น, รูปหล่อ, รูปแกะสสัก…
in German das Standbild…
in Catalan estàtua…
in Japanese 像, 彫像…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指石头或金属的)雕像,雕塑,塑像…
in Indonesian patung…
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