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Meaning of “tusk” - Learner’s Dictionary

tusk

noun [C]     /tʌsk/
one of the two long, pointed teeth that come out of the mouth of some animalsThe head and neck of non-human animals
Translations of “tusk”
in Arabic ناب الفيل…
in Korean 상아, 엄니…
in Malaysian gading…
in French défense…
in Turkish fildişi, uzun diş…
in Italian zanna…
in Chinese (Traditional) (大象等動物的)長牙…
in Russian клык, бивень…
in Polish kieł…
in Vietnamese ngà…
in Spanish colmillo…
in Portuguese presa, defesa…
in Thai งาช้าง…
in German der Stoßzahn, der Hauer…
in Catalan ullal…
in Japanese (象やイノシシなどの)きば…
in Indonesian taring…
in Chinese (Simplified) (大象等动物的)长牙…
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