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Beetle

noun [C] uk   /ˈbiː.tl̩/  us   /-t̬l̩/ trademark
a small car with a rounded front, top, and back, made by the company Volkswagen
Translations of “Beetle”
in Arabic خُنْفُساء…
in Korean 딱정벌레…
in Malaysian kumbang…
in French coléoptère…
in Turkish çoğunlukla sert parlak ve siyah kabuksu vücudu olan bir böcek…
in Italian scarabeo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 甲蟲…
in Russian жук…
in Polish żuk, chrząszcz…
in Vietnamese bọ cánh cứng…
in Spanish escarabajo, coleóptero…
in Portuguese besouro…
in Thai แมลงปีกแข็ง…
in German der Käfer…
in Catalan escarabat…
in Japanese 甲虫(カブトムシやクワガタムシなど)…
in Indonesian kumbang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 甲虫…
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