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crocodile

noun   /ˈkrɒk·ə·daɪl/
a big reptile that lives in lakes and rivers, with a long mouth and sharp teeth cocodrilo
(Definition of crocodile from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

crocodile

noun /ˈkrokədail/
a large reptile found in the rivers of Asia, Africa, South America and northern Australia. cocodrilo
crocodile tears noun plural
pretended tears of grief. lágrimas de cocodrilo
(Definition of crocodile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “crocodile”
in Korean 악어, 크로커다일…
in Arabic تِمْساح…
in Malaysian buaya…
in French crocodile…
in Russian крокодил…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動物, 鱷魚…
in Italian coccodrillo…
in Turkish timsah…
in Polish krokodyl…
in Vietnamese cá sấu…
in Portuguese crocodilo…
in Thai จระเข้…
in German das Krokodil…
in Catalan cocodril…
in Japanese ワニ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动物, 鳄鱼…
in Indonesian buaya…
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