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calf

noun [C] (ANIMAL)
動物
 
 
/kɑːf/ US  /kæf/ ( plural calves)
a young cow, or the young of various other large mammals such as elephants and whales
小牛,牛犢;(象、鯨等大型哺乳動物的)幼崽,幼獸
→  See also calve Cattle and similar animalsAnimal young
in calf If a cow is in calf, it is pregnant.
(母牛)懷孕的,懷崽的
Animal reproduction
(Definition of calf noun (ANIMAL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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