Definición de water deer en inglés:

water deer

Saltos de línea: water deer
(also Chinese water deer)

sustantivo

  • A small deer without antlers, the male having a pair of tusk-like canine teeth, native to China and Korea.
    • Hydropotes inermis, family Cervidae
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Britain's deer population is made up of six different species, native types such as the red deer and roe deer, as well as species which have been introduced: sika, muntjac, Chinese water deer and the fallow deer.
    • I decided that it must either be a muntjac or a Chinese water deer, but have ruled out the latter, because as can be seen above the Chinese water deer's hind legs are noticeably longer than its forelegs.
    • We also had extensive woodland, with tiny Chinese water deer in it, but only twice did we see them.

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Pronunciación: grəʊˈtɛskəri
noun
grotesque quality or grotesque things collectively