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mice

 
 
/maɪs/
plural of mouseRodents and similar animals
Translations of “mice”
in Korean “mouse”의 복수형…
in Arabic (mouse جَمْع) فِئْران…
in Portuguese plural de “mouse”…
in Catalan plural de “mouse”: ratolins…
in Japanese “mouse”の複数形: ネズミ…
in Italian plurale di “mouse”…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鼠…
in Russian мн. ч. сущ. mouse…
in Turkish fareler…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鼠…
in Polish -…
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