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Translation of "badger" - English-Turkish dictionary

badger

noun [C]     /ˈbædʒər/
a wild animal with thick black and white fur that lives under the ground and comes out at night porsuk, toprak altında yaşayan ve gece ortaya çıkan kalın siyah ve beyaz tüylü hayvan Wild mammalsHumans, apes and monkeysFelines (cats)Canines (dogs)Deer and antelopeRodents and similar animalsMarine mammals
Translations of “badger”
in Arabic حيوان الغُرَير…
in Korean 오소리…
in Malaysian badger…
in French blaireau…
in Italian tasso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 獾…
in Russian барсук…
in Polish borsuk…
in Vietnamese con lửng…
in Spanish tejón…
in Portuguese texugo…
in Thai สัตวสี่เท้ามีขนสีเทา และหัวมีลายเส้นสีขาวตัดกับขนสีเทา…
in German der Dachs…
in Catalan teixó…
in Japanese アナグマ…
in Indonesian sejenis musang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 獾…
(Definition of badger from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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