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weanling

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Pronunciation: /ˈwiːnlɪŋ
 
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Definition of weanling in English:

noun

A newly weaned animal: weanlings sell for 950 dollars [as modifier]: weanling thoroughbreds weanling rats
More example sentences
  • James farms suckler cows, selling weanlings off in October.
  • Our estimate has some 75500 calves and weanlings being sold out of Kerry alone.
  • We wean them in September and then sell some as weanlings.

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