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horse

noun (ANIMAL) 动物     /hɔːs/ US  /hɔːrs/
[C] a large animal with four legs which people ride on or use for carrying things or pulling vehicles to ride a horse 骑马 a horse and cart 一辆马车 Horses and similar animals
the horses [plural] informal
horse races where you try to win money by correctly guessing which horse will win 赌马,赛马 He spends all his money on the horses. 他把所有的钱都花在赌马上了。 Gambling and bookmakingTaking risks
Translations of “horse”
in Arabic حُصان…
in Korean 말…
in Malaysian kuda, kekuda…
in French cheval, cheval d’arçons…
in Turkish at…
in Italian cavallo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動物, 馬…
in Russian лошадь…
in Polish koń…
in Vietnamese con ngựa, ngựa gỗ (trong thể thao)…
in Spanish caballo, potro…
in Portuguese cavalo…
in Thai ม้า, ม้าขวาง…
in German das Pferd, der Bock…
in Catalan cavall…
in Japanese 馬…
in Indonesian kuda, kuda-kuda…
(Definition of horse noun (ANIMAL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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