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Meaning of “ewe” - Learner’s Dictionary

ewe

noun [C]     /juː/
a female sheepNames for the male and female of animalsSheep and goats
Translations of “ewe”
in Spanish oveja…
in Vietnamese cừu cái…
in Thai แกะตัวเมียที่โตเต็มที่แล้ว…
in Malaysian biri-biri betina…
in French brebis…
in German das Mutterschaf…
in Indonesian domba betina…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指成年的)母羊…
in Turkish koyun…
in Russian овца…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指成年的)母羊…
in Polish owca…
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