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vulture

noun [C]     /ˈvʌltʃər/
a large bird with no feathers on its head or neck that eats dead animalsBirds of prey
Translations of “vulture”
in Arabic نَسَر…
in Korean 독수리…
in Malaysian burung hering…
in French vautour…
in Turkish akbaba…
in Italian avvoltoio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 禿鷲, 兀鷲, 趁火打劫的人(或機構)…
in Russian гриф…
in Polish sęp…
in Vietnamese chim kền kền…
in Spanish buitre…
in Portuguese abutre, urubu…
in Thai นกแร้ง…
in German der Geier…
in Catalan voltor…
in Japanese ハゲワシ…
in Indonesian burung nasar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 秃鹫, 兀鹫, 趁火打劫的人(或机构)…
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