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creature

noun [C] uk   /ˈkriː.tʃər/ us    /-tʃɚ/
B1 any large or small living thing that can move independently: Rainforests are filled with amazing creatures. Don't all living creatures have certain rights? Blue whales are the largest creatures ever to have lived. used to refer to a life form that is unusual or imaginary: The unicorn is a mythical creature. The film was about creatures from outer space. The duck-billed platypus is a truly bizarre creature. used to refer to a person when an opinion is being expressed about them: John is a strange/weak/pathetic creature. A lovely blonde creature (= a beautiful blonde woman) walked into the room.
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en coreano 생물…
en árabe مَخْلوق, كَاِئن حَي…
en francés créature…
en turco yaratık…
en italiano creatura, bestia…
en chino (tradicionál) 生物, 動物, (神秘不尋常的)怪物,生物…
en ruso существо…
en polaco stworzenie…
en español criatura…
en portugués criatura…
en alemán das Geschöpf, die Kreatur…
en catalán criatura…
en japonés 生き物…
en chino (simplificado) 生物, 动物, (神秘不寻常的)怪物,生物…
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