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Meaning of “udder” - Learner’s Dictionary

udder

noun [C]     /ˈʌdər/
the part of a female cow, goat, etc that hangs under its body and produces milkMiscellaneous animal body parts
Translations of “udder”
in Vietnamese vú động vật…
in Spanish ubre…
in Thai เต้านม (ของสัตว์เลี้ยง)…
in Malaysian tetek…
in French pis…
in German das Euter…
in Chinese (Traditional) (奶牛、綿羊或其他動物的)乳房,乳腺…
in Indonesian kantung susu…
in Russian вымя…
in Turkish (hayvan) meme…
in Chinese (Simplified) (奶牛、绵羊或其他动物的)乳房,乳腺…
in Polish wymię…
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