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bark

noun uk   /bɑːk/ us    /bɑːrk/

bark noun (TREE)

[U] the hard outer covering of a tree
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bark noun (DOG)

[C] the loud, rough noise that a dog and some other animals make

bark

verb uk   /bɑːk/ us    /bɑːrk/
B2 [I] (of a dog) to make a loud, rough noise: They heard a dog barking outside.C2 [T] to shout at someone in a forceful manner: The sergeant barked (out) a succession of orders to the new recruits.
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Traducciones de “bark”
en coreano 나무껍질, 개가 짖는 소리…
en árabe لِحاء الشَّجَر, نُباح…
en francés aboiement…
en turco ağaç kabuğu, havlama…
en italiano corteccia, latrato…
en chino (tradicionál) 樹, 樹皮…
en ruso кора, лай…
en polaco kora, szczekanie…
en español ladrido…
en portugués casca (de árvore), latido…
en alemán das Bellen…
en catalán escorça, lladruc…
en japonés 木の皮, 樹皮, (犬の)ほえ声…
en chino (simplificado) 树, 树皮…
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