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whale

noun /weil/
a type of very large mammal that lives in the sea.
ballena
killer whale noun a black and white whale.
orca
whalebone noun, adjective (of) a light bendable substance got from the upper jaw of certain whales.
barba de ballena
whale oil noun oil obtained from the fatty parts of a whale.
aceite de ballena
have a whale of a time to enjoy oneself very much
pasarlo pipa, pasarlo en grande
They were having a whale of a time at the party.
Translations of “whale”
in Arabic حوت…
in Korean 고래…
in Malaysian ikan paus…
in French baleine…
in Turkish balina…
in Italian balena…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鯨…
in Russian кит…
in Polish wieloryb…
in Vietnamese cá voi…
in Portuguese baleia…
in Thai ปลาวาฬ…
in German der Wal…
in Catalan balena…
in Japanese クジラ…
in Indonesian paus…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鲸…
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