pronunciation: IPA: rrinoθe'ronte

Translations into English:

  • rhinoceros     
    (Noun  ) (noun   )
     
    herbivorous pachyderm with horn(s)
     
    A large herbivorous pachyderm of the family Rhinocerotidae, with thick, gray skin and one or two horns on their snouts.
  • rhino   
    (noun   )
     
    A large herbivorous pachyderm of the family Rhinocerotidae, with thick, gray skin and one or two horns on their snouts.
  • rhinoceroses   
     
    common name for animals

Other meanings:

 
rhinoceros.

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rhinoceros, rhino
rhinoceros, rhino

Similar phrases in dictionary Spanish English. (3)

Rinoceronte de DureroDürer’s Rhinoceros
rinoceronte lanudowoolly rhinoceros
rinocerontes

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la transferencia de la población de rinoceronte blanco de Suazilandia del Apéndice I de la CITES al Apéndice ‧ para permitir el comercio de animales vivos y trofeos de cazathe transfer of the Swaziland population of the White Rhinoceros from CITES Appendix I to Appendix ‧ in order to allow trade in live animals and hunting trophies
Rinocerontes, elefantes, bufalos... y una novataRhino, elephants, buffalo...And a greenhorn
El último rinoceronte pigmeo se extinguirá...... si no introduzco mi número de tarjeta de créditoThe very last pygmy rhino is going extinct?Unless it gets my credit card number?
Hueles como un rinoceronteYou smell like a rhinoceros
Empieza, rinoceronteTake it, Rhino
¡ Rinoceronte, responde!Assi, answer them.Rhinoceros, answer!
¡ El rinoceronte!It' s the rhino!
Digo, en África los hombres son leopardos o rinocerontesI mean, in Africa men are probably leopards or rhinos
Rinoceronte a CenicientaRhinoceros to Cinderella
Evacuad el cuerpo a RinoceronteEvac the body on the Rhinoceros
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