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Translation of "gnu" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

gnu

noun [C]     /nuː/ ( plural gnu or gnus)
a large African animal with a long tail and horns that curve to the sides, which lives in areas covered with grass (非洲的)牛羚,角馬 Deer and antelope
Translations of “gnu”
in Vietnamese linh dương đầu bò…
in Spanish ñu…
in Thai ละมั่งแอฟริกา…
in Malaysian gnu…
in French gnou…
in German das Gnu…
in Indonesian gnu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (非洲的)牛羚,角马…
(Definition of gnu from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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