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zebranoun [C]

uk   /ˈzeb.rə/ /ˈziː.brə/ us   /ˈziː.brə/ plural zebras or zebra
B2 an African wild animal that looks like a horse, with black or brown and white lines on its body
(Definition of zebra from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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zebranoun [C]

us   /ˈzi·brə/ /ˈzeb·rə/
an African wild animal that looks like a horse but has black and white or brown and white lines on its body
(Definition of zebra from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “zebra”
in Korean 얼룩말…
in Arabic حِمار وَحْشي…
in Malaysian kuda belang…
in French zèbre…
in Russian зебра…
in Chinese (Traditional) (產於非洲的)斑馬…
in Italian zebra…
in Turkish zebra…
in Polish zebra…
in Spanish cebra…
in Vietnamese ngựa vằn…
in Portuguese zebra…
in Thai ม้าลาย…
in German das Zebra…
in Catalan zebra…
in Japanese シマウマ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (产于非洲的)斑马…
in Indonesian zebra…
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