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Meaning of “unicorn” - Learner’s Dictionary

unicorn

noun [C]     /ˈjuːnɪkɔːn/
an imaginary white horse with a horn growing from the front of its headLegendary and mythological characters
Translations of “unicorn”
in Vietnamese con kỳ lân…
in Spanish unicornio…
in Thai สัตว์ชนิดหนึ่งในเทพนิยาย…
in Malaysian unikorn…
in French licorne…
in German das Einhorn…
in Chinese (Traditional) (傳說中的)獨角獸…
in Indonesian kuda bertanduk…
in Russian единорог…
in Turkish tek boynuzlu efsane at…
in Chinese (Simplified) (传说中的)独角兽…
in Polish jednorożec…
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