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Meaning of “vampire” - Learner’s Dictionary

vampire

noun [C]     /ˈvæmpaɪər/
in stories, a dead person who bites people's necks and drinks their bloodLegendary and mythological characters
Translations of “vampire”
in Arabic مَصّاص الدِماء…
in Korean 흡혈귀, 벰파이어…
in Malaysian puntianak…
in French vampire…
in Turkish vampir…
in Italian vampiro…
in Chinese (Traditional) (故事中的)吸血鬼…
in Russian вампир…
in Polish wampi-r/rzyca…
in Vietnamese ma cà rồng…
in Spanish vampiro…
in Portuguese vampiro, -a…
in Thai ผีดูดเลือด…
in German der Vampir…
in Catalan vampir, -a…
in Japanese 吸血鬼…
in Indonesian vampir…
in Chinese (Simplified) (故事中的)吸血鬼…
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