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bark

noun
 
 
/bɑːk/
TREE [U] the hard substance that covers the surface of a treeTypes of woodParts of plantsTrees - general words
DOG [C] the sound that a dog makesAnimal (non-human) sounds
Translations of “bark”
in Korean 나무껍질, 개가 짖는 소리…
in Arabic لِحاء الشَّجَر, نُباح…
in French aboiement…
in Turkish ağaç kabuğu, havlama…
in Italian corteccia, latrato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 樹, 樹皮…
in Russian кора, лай…
in Polish kora, szczekanie…
in Spanish ladrido…
in Portuguese casca (de árvore), latido…
in German das Bellen…
in Catalan escorça, lladruc…
in Japanese 木の皮, 樹皮, (犬の)ほえ声…
in Chinese (Simplified) 树, 树皮…
(Definition of bark noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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