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clamnoun [C]

us   /klæm/
a type of sea creature with a hard shell in two parts, or its soft body that can be eaten raw or cooked
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Translations of “clam”
in Vietnamese (động vật) con trai…
in Spanish almeja…
in Malaysian kima…
in Thai หอยชนิดหนึ่งกินได้, หอยลาย…
in French palourde…
in German die Venusmuschel…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蛤,蛤蜊,蚌…
in Russian морской моллюск…
in Turkish bir midye türü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蛤,蛤蜊…
in Indonesian kerang…
in Polish małż…
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