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Meaning of “peacock” - Learner’s Dictionary

peacock

noun [C]     /ˈpiːkɒk/
a large, male bird with long tail feathers that it can lift up to show a lot of coloursOther wild birdsBirds which live by or on inland waterBirds of prey
Translations of “peacock”
in Arabic طاووس…
in Korean (수컷) 공작…
in Malaysian burung merak jantan…
in French paon, paonne…
in Turkish tavus kuşu…
in Italian pavone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 孔雀, 注重儀表和衣飾的男子,虛榮驕傲的男子…
in Russian павлин…
in Polish paw…
in Vietnamese con công trống…
in Spanish pavo real…
in Portuguese pavão…
in Thai นกยูง…
in German der Pfau…
in Catalan paó…
in Japanese クジャク…
in Indonesian merak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 孔雀, 注重仪表和衣饰的男子,虚荣骄傲的男子…
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