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Meaning of “tiger” - Learner’s Dictionary

tiger

noun [C]     /ˈtaɪɡər/
B1 a large wild cat that has yellow fur with black lines on itFelines (cats)
Translations of “tiger”
in Arabic نِمْر…
in Korean 호랑이…
in Malaysian harimau…
in French tigre, tigresse…
in Turkish kaplan…
in Italian tigre…
in Chinese (Traditional) 虎,老虎…
in Russian тигр…
in Polish tygrys…
in Vietnamese con hổ…
in Spanish tigre, tigresa…
in Portuguese tigre…
in Thai เสือ…
in German der/die Tiger(in)…
in Catalan tigre…
in Japanese トラ…
in Indonesian harimau…
in Chinese (Simplified) 虎,老虎…
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