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Significado de “zoo” - Diccionario Inglés

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zoonoun [C]

uk   /zuː/  us   /zuː/ (plural zoos) (old-fashioned formal zoological gardens)
A1 an ​area in which ​animals, ​especiallywildanimals, are ​kept so that ​people can go and ​look at them or ​study them
a ​place where there are a lot of ​people and ​theirbehaviour is not well ​organized or ​controlled: The ​schoolcafeteria is a zoo.

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Significado de "zoo" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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zoonoun [C]

 us   /zu/ (plural zoos)
an ​area in which ​animals, esp. ​wildanimals, are ​kept so that ​people can go and ​look at them: The ​childrenlove to ​visit the ​elephants at the zoo.
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Traducciones de “zoo”
en coreano 동물원…
en árabe حَديقة حَيوان…
in Malaysian zoo…
en francés zoo…
en ruso зоопарк…
en chino (tradicionál) (尤指野生)動物園…
en italiano giardino zoologico…
en turco hayvanat bahçesi…
en polaco zoo…
en español zoo, parque zoológico…
in Vietnamese sở thú…
en portugués zoológico…
in Thai สวนสัตว์…
en alemán der Zoo…
en catalán zoo…
en japonés 動物園…
en chino (simplificado) (尤指野生)动物园…
in Indonesian kebun binatang…
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