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Meaning of “skunk” - Learner’s Dictionary

skunk

noun [C]     /skʌŋk/
a black and white animal that produces a very unpleasant smell in order to defend itselfWild mammalsHumans, apes and monkeysFelines (cats)Canines (dogs)Deer and antelopeRodents and similar animalsMarine mammals
Translations of “skunk”
in Spanish mofeta, zorrillo…
in Vietnamese chồn hôi…
in Thai สัตว์สีดำสลับขาวพ่นกลิ่นเหม็นเมื่อตกใจ…
in Malaysian skunk…
in French mouffette…
in German das Stinktier…
in Indonesian segung…
in Chinese (Simplified) 北美臭鼬…
in Turkish kokarca…
in Russian скунс…
in Chinese (Traditional) 北美臭鼬…
in Polish skunks…
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