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boar

noun [C] uk   /bɔːr/  us   /bɔːr/
a male pig kept for breeding on a farm, or a type of wild pig
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Translations of “boar”
in Vietnamese lợn lòi đực…
in Spanish javalí, verraco…
in Thai หมูป่าตัวผู้…
in Malaysian babi jantan…
in French sanglier…
in German der Eber…
in Chinese (Traditional) 種豬, 野豬…
in Indonesian babi hutan…
in Russian боров, кабан…
in Turkish erkek domuz, yaban domuzu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 种猪, 野猪…
in Polish knur, dzik…
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