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Translation of "bark" - English-Turkish dictionary

bark

noun     /bɑːk/
TREE [U] the hard substance that covers the surface of a tree ağaç kabuğu Types of woodParts of plantsTrees - general words
DOG [C] the sound that a dog makes havlama Animal (non-human) sounds
Translations of “bark”
in Arabic لِحاء الشَّجَر, نُباح…
in Korean 나무껍질, 개가 짖는 소리…
in Malaysian salak…
in French aboiement…
in Italian corteccia, latrato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 樹, 樹皮…
in Russian кора, лай…
in Polish kora, szczekanie…
in Vietnamese tiếng sủa…
in Spanish ladrido…
in Portuguese casca (de árvore), latido…
in Thai เสียงเห่าของสุนัข…
in German das Bellen…
in Catalan escorça, lladruc…
in Japanese 木の皮, 樹皮, (犬の)ほえ声…
in Indonesian salakan, gong-gongan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 树, 树皮…
(Definition of bark noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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