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elephant British & World English

A very large plant-eating mammal with a prehensile trunk, long curved ivory tusks, and large ears, native to Africa and southern Asia. It is the largest living land animal

elephant bird British & World English

A heavily built giant flightless bird, found in Madagascar until it was exterminated in about ad 1000. The eggs, which are still found occasionally, are the largest known

elephant ear British & World English

Any of a number of plants with large heart-shaped leaves

elephant fish British & World English

A fish with a trunk-like snout or proboscis

Elephant Pass British & World English

A narrow strip of land at the north end of Sri Lanka, linking the Jaffna peninsula with the rest of the island

elephant seal British & World English

A large seal that breeds on the west coast of North America and the islands around Antarctica. The male is much larger than the female and has a very thick neck and an inflatable snout

sea elephant British & World English

another term for elephant seal.

Asian elephant British & World English

another term for Indian elephant.

elephant grass British & World English

A tall robust tropical African grass which is used for fodder and paper

elephant shrew British & World English

A small insectivorous African mammal with a long mobile snout, long hindlimbs, and a rat-like tail

Indian elephant British & World English

The elephant of southern Asia, which is smaller than the African elephant, with smaller ears and only one lip to the trunk. It is often tamed as a beast of burden in India

white elephant British & World English

A possession that is useless or troublesome, especially one that is expensive to maintain or difficult to dispose of

African elephant British & World English

The elephant native to Africa, which is larger than the Indian elephant and has larger ears and a two-lipped trunk

elephant hawkmoth British & World English

A large pinkish hawkmoth with greenish-bronze markings. The foreparts of the caterpillar have eyespots and sometimes resemble an elephant’s trunk

elephant-snout fish British & World English

An edible African freshwater fish with a downcurved snout that is typically elongated and trunk-like

the elephant in the room in elephant British & World English

A major problem or controversial issue which is obviously present but is avoided as a subject for discussion

the elephant in the room British & World English

A major problem or controversial issue which is obviously present but is avoided as a subject for discussion

elephant English-Spanish

elefante,

elephant seal English-Spanish

elefante m marino

sea elephant English-Spanish

elefante m marino

white elephant English-Spanish

elefante m blanco

the elephant in elephant English-Spanish

símbolo del partido republicano de los EEUU

a baby elephant in elephant English-Spanish

una cría de elefante, un elefantito

a cow elephant in elephant English-Spanish

un elefante hembra, una elefanta

lion/elephant trap in trap English-Spanish

trampa para leones/elefantes

white elephant stall in white elephant English-Spanish

puesto de venta de artículos de segunda mano con fines benéficos

a female elephant/ant in female English-Spanish

un elefante/una hormiga hembra, una hembra de elefante/hormiga

the elephant in the room in elephant English-Spanish

asunto o problema obvio que nadie quiere reconocer