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paw

noun [C]     /pɔː/
B2 the foot of certain animals, such as cats and dogsThe legs and feet of non-human animals
paw ( also paw at) verb [T]
to touch something with a paw: I could hear the dog pawing at the door.Touching and feelingShowing affection
Traducciones de “paw”
en árabe قَدم الحيَوان, مَخلَب…
en coreano 발톱…
in Malaysian kaki…
en francés patte…
en turco pençe…
en italiano zampa…
en chino (tradicionál) 爪,爪子, 手…
en ruso лапа…
en polaco łapa…
in Vietnamese chân…
en español pata, garra (gato), zarpa (león)…
en portugués pata…
in Thai อุ้งเท้า…
en alemán die Pfote…
en catalán pota, garra…
en japonés (猫や犬などの)足, 手…
in Indonesian cakar…
en chino (simplificado) 爪,爪子, 手…
(Definition of paw from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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