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Translation of "animal" - English-Polish dictionary

animal

noun [C]     /ˈænɪməl/
NOT A HUMAN
A1 something that lives and moves but is not a person, bird, fish, or insect zwierzę a wild animal She's a real animal lover.Plants and animals - general words
NOT A PLANT
B2 anything that lives and moves, including people, birds, etc zwierzę Are humans the only animals to use language?Plants and animals - general words
CRUEL PERSON informal
a very cruel and violent person zwierzę Unpleasant people in generalUnpleasant men
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