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antelope

noun   /ˈæn·tɪ·ləʊp/
an animal like a large deer with long horns antílope
(Definition of antelope from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

antelope

noun /ˈӕntələup/ ( plurals antelopes, antelope)
any of several types of quick-moving, graceful, horned animal related to the goat and cow antílope a herd of antelope.
(Definition of antelope from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “antelope”
in Korean 영양…
in Arabic ظَبْي…
in Malaysian antelope…
in French antilope…
in Russian антилопа…
in Chinese (Traditional) 羚羊…
in Italian antilope…
in Turkish antilop, uzun boynuzlu büyük bir geyiği andıran hayvan…
in Polish antylopa…
in Vietnamese loài linh dương…
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 Chinese (Simplified) 羚羊…
in Indonesian kijang…
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