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peacock

noun /ˈpiːkok/ ( feminine peahen /-hen/)
a kind of large bird, the male of which is noted for its magnificent tail-feathers.
pavo real
Translations of “peacock”
in Korean (수컷) 공작…
in Arabic طاووس…
in French paon, paonne…
in Italian pavone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 孔雀, 注重儀表和衣飾的男子,虛榮驕傲的男子…
in Russian павлин…
in Turkish tavus kuşu…
in Polish paw…
in Portuguese pavão…
in German der Pfau…
in Catalan paó…
in Japanese クジャク…
in Chinese (Simplified) 孔雀, 注重仪表和衣饰的男子,虚荣骄傲的男子…
(Definition of peacock from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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