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jaguarnoun [C]

 us   /ˈdʒæɡ·wɑr, -juˌɑr/
a ​large, ​wildcat of Central and ​SouthAmerica with ​blackspots
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Translations of “jaguar”
in Korean 아메리카 표범…
in Arabic الفَهْد الأَمْريكي…
in Malaysian jaguar…
in French jaguar…
in Russian ягуар…
in Chinese (Traditional) 美洲豹,美洲虎…
in Italian giaguaro…
in Turkish jaguar…
in Polish jaguar…
in Spanish jaguar…
in Vietnamese báo đốm Mỹ…
in Portuguese jaguar…
in Thai เสือจากัวร์…
in German der Jaguar…
in Catalan jaguar…
in Japanese ジャガー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 美洲豹,美洲虎…
in Indonesian macan tutul…
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