Word: beavers

Category: beavers

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Synonyms: beavers

beaver fur, castor, opera hat, topper, high hat, top hat, stovepipe, silk hat

Translations: beavers

spanish
castores, los castores, castor, castores de


german
biber

french
castors, les castors, castor, des castors, le castor

italian
castori, i castori, castoro, dei castori

portuguese
castores, Beavers, os castores, os castores de, castores do

dutch
bevers, Beavers, bevers van, van Bevers, bever

russian
бобры, бобров, бобр, бобрами

norwegian
bever, bevere, beveren, beverne

swedish
bäver, bävrar, bävrarna

finnish
majavia, majavat, majavan, majava, majavien

danish
bævere, bæverne, bæver

czech
bobři, Beavers, bobry, bobrů, bobr

polish
bobry, bobrów, bóbr, bobra

hungarian
hódok, hód, Beavers, a hód, a hódok

turkish
kunduzlar, Beavers, kunduz, rahmet, Allah'tan rahmet

greek
κάστορες, οι κάστορες, καστόρων, τους κάστορες, κάστορας

ukrainian
бобри

albanian
Beavers, kastorët punëtor, kastorët

bulgarian
бобри, бобрите, бобъра, трудещи се пчелички

belarusian
бабры, баброў, бобры, бабры былi, галінцы

estonian
koprad, kobraste, kopra, kopraid, kobrast

croatian
dabrovi, Beavers, dabar, dabrova, da dabar

icelandic
Beavers

lithuanian
bebrai, Beavers, bebras, bebrų, kad bebrai

latvian
bebri, bebru, bebrus, bebru ādas

macedonian
Beavers

romanian
castori, castorii, de castori, castorilor

slovenian
bobri, Beavers, Bober

slovak
bobry, Bobři, bobor, bobri, Bobrov

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Most searched by regions

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Most searched by cities

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The meaning and "use of": beavers

noun
  • a large semiaquatic broad-tailed rodent that is native to North America and northern Eurasia. It is noted for its habit of gnawing through tree trunks to fell the trees in order to feed on the bark and build dams.
  • the lower part of the face guard of a helmet in a suit of armor. The term is also used to refer to the upper part or visor, or to a single movable guard.

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