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rabbit

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈræbɪt/
A2 a small animal with fur and long ears that lives in a hole in the ground
tavşan
Wild mammalsHumans, apes and monkeysFelines (cats)Canines (dogs)Deer and antelopeRodents and similar animalsMarine mammals
Translations of “rabbit”
in Arabic أرْنَب…
in Korean 토끼…
in Malaysian arnab…
in French lapin/-ine…
in Italian coniglio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 兔,家兔…
in Russian кролик…
in Polish królik…
in Vietnamese con thỏ…
in Spanish conejo…
in Portuguese coelho…
in Thai กระต่าย…
in German das Kaninchen…
in Catalan conill…
in Japanese ウサギ…
in Indonesian kelinci…
in Chinese (Simplified) 兔,家兔…
(Definition of rabbit from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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