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Translation of "skunk" - English-Spanish dictionary

skunk

noun   /skʌŋk/
a small, black and white North American animal that makes a strong, unpleasant smell as a defence when it is attacked mofeta, zorrillo 475
(Definition of skunk from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

skunk

noun /skaŋk/
a small North American animal which defends itself by squirting out an unpleasant-smelling liquid. mofeta
(Definition of skunk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “skunk”
in Vietnamese chồn hôi…
in Malaysian skunk…
in Thai สัตว์สีดำสลับขาวพ่นกลิ่นเหม็นเมื่อตกใจ…
in French mouffette…
in German das Stinktier…
in Chinese (Simplified) 北美臭鼬…
in Turkish kokarca…
in Russian скунс…
in Indonesian segung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 北美臭鼬…
in Polish skunks…
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