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gnunoun [C]

uk   /nuː/ us   /nuː/ plural gnu or gnus
a large African animal that has a long tail and horns that curve to the sides and lives in areas covered with grass
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Translations of “gnu”
in Spanish ñu…
in Vietnamese linh dương đầu bò…
in Malaysian gnu…
in Thai ละมั่งแอฟริกา…
in French gnou…
in German das Gnu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (非洲的)牛羚,角马…
in Indonesian gnu…
in Chinese (Traditional) (非洲的)牛羚,角馬…
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