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Translation of "teddy" - English-Spanish dictionary

teddy

noun /ˈted·i/ ( plural teddies) ( also teddy bear /ˈted·i ˌbeər/)
a soft toy bear osito de peluche
(Definition of teddy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

teddy

noun /ˈtedi/ ( plural teddies)
( also teddy bear) a child’s stuffed toy bear. oso de peluche
(Definition of teddy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “teddy”
in Korean 테디 베어, 곰 인형…
in Arabic دَبْدوب…
in Malaysian beruang teddy…
in French ours en peluche…
in Chinese (Traditional) 玩具, 玩具熊…
in Italian orsacchiotto di pezza…
in Vietnamese gấu bông cho trẻ con…
in Portuguese urso de pelúcia…
in Thai ตุ๊กตาหมี…
in German der Teddy…
in Catalan ós de peluix…
in Japanese テディベア, クマのぬいぐるみ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 玩具, 玩具熊…
in Indonesian boneka beruang…
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