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Translation of "animal" - English-Spanish dictionary

animal

noun   /ˈæn·ɪ·məl/
A1 something that lives and moves but is not a person, bird, fish, or insect animal a wild animal She supports animal rights (= the idea that animals should be treated well by people).
anything that lives and moves, including people, birds, etc. animal Are humans the only animals that use language?
(Definition of animal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

animal

noun /ˈӕniməl/
a living being which can feel things and move freely animal What are the differences between man and other animals?
an animal other than man animal a book on man’s attitude to animals (also adjective) animal behaviour.
(Definition of animal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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