antelope Definition in Cambridge British English Dictionary
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antelopenoun [C]

uk   /ˈæn.tɪ.ləʊp/  us   /-t̬əl.oʊp/ (plural antelope or antelopes)
a mammal like a deer with horns and long, thin legs that allow it to run very fast: a herd of antelope
Translations of “antelope”
in Arabic ظَبْي…
in Korean 영양…
in Malaysian antelope…
in French antilope…
in Turkish antilop, uzun boynuzlu büyük bir geyiği andıran hayvan…
in Italian antilope…
in Chinese (Traditional) 羚羊…
in Russian антилопа…
in Polish antylopa…
in Vietnamese loài linh dương…
in Spanish antílope…
in Portuguese antílope…
in Thai สัตว์จำพวกที่มีเขาเป็นเกลียว…
in German die Antilope…
in Catalan antílop…
in Japanese レイヨウ, アンテロープ…
in Indonesian kijang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 羚羊…
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