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panda

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈpæn.də/ (plural pandas or panda) (also giant panda)
a large, black and white mammal that lives in forests in China. Pandas eat bamboo.
Translations of “panda”
in Arabic حَيوان الباندا…
in Korean 자이언트 판다…
in Malaysian panda…
in French panda…
in Turkish panda…
in Italian panda…
in Chinese (Traditional) 熊貓,大熊貓…
in Russian панда…
in Polish panda…
in Vietnamese gấu trúc…
in Spanish panda…
in Portuguese panda…
in Thai หมีแพนด้า…
in German der Panda…
in Catalan panda…
in Japanese パンダ…
in Indonesian panda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 熊猫,大熊猫…
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