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entrails

noun [plural] uk   us   /ˈen.treɪlz/
the intestines and other inside organs of an animal or person, when they are outside the body: pig entrailsfigurative The sofa's entrails (= pieces of material from inside) were sticking out in places.
Translations of “entrails”
in Vietnamese lòng…
in Spanish entrañas…
in Thai อวัยวะภายในของคนและสัตว์…
in Malaysian isi perut…
in French entrailles…
in German die Eingeweide (pl.)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 內臟…
in Indonesian jeroan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 内脏…
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