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panther

noun [C] uk   /ˈpæn.θər/  us   /-θɚ/ (plural panthers or panther)
Translations of “panther”
in Arabic فَهد…
in Korean 검은 표범…
in Malaysian harimau kumbang, puma…
in French panthère, couguar…
in Turkish panter…
in Italian pantera…
in Chinese (Traditional) 黑豹…
in Russian пантера…
in Polish pantera…
in Vietnamese báo đen, báo sư tử…
in Spanish pantera, puma…
in Portuguese pantera…
in Thai เสือดาว (ตัวใหญ่), เสือดำ…
in German der Panther…
in Catalan pantera…
in Japanese ヒョウ…
in Indonesian macan kumbang, puma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 黑豹…
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