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Translation of "beard" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

beard

noun [C]
 
 
/bɪəd/ US  /bɪrd/
the hair that some men allow to grow on the lower part of their face
(下巴上的)鬍鬚
a flowing white beard
飄逸的白鬍鬚
He's growing a beard.
他在留鬍子。
He shaved off his beard but kept his moustache.
他剃了下巴上的鬍鬚,但保留了嘴唇上面的鬍子。
Hair
the long hair that grows under a goat's mouth
山羊鬍
The skin, hair and bone of non-human animals
Translations of “beard”
in Arabic لِحْية…
in Korean 수염…
in Malaysian janggut, jejanggut…
in French barbe, arête…
in Turkish sakal…
in Italian barba…
in Russian борода…
in Polish broda…
in Vietnamese râu, ngạnh…
in Spanish barba, arista…
in Portuguese barba…
in Thai เครา, ขนแหลมที่รวงข้าว…
in German der Bart, die Grannen…
in Catalan barba…
in Japanese あごひげ…
in Indonesian janggut, rambut jagung…
in Chinese (Simplified) (下巴上的)胡须, 山羊胡子…
(Definition of beard noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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