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Guernsey

Pronunciation: /ˈgɜːrnzi; ˈgɜːnzi/

Translation of Guernsey in Spanish:

noun/nombre (plural -seys)

  • 1.1 [Geography/Geografía] Guernesey (masculine) 1.2
    ( also guernsey)
    (cow) vaca (feminine) de Guernesey
    Example sentences
    • Besides Jerseys and Holsteins, other US dairy breeds such as Ayrshires, Brown Swiss, Guernseys and Milking Shorthorn have been used successfully in pasture-based systems in different areas of the country.
    • The collection, which was sold off following the owner's death, included dairy shorthorns which fetched £1,240, Ayrshires at £610, Aberdeen Angus cattle at £410, and Guernseys at £410.
    1.3
    (guernsey)
    [Clothing/Indumentaria] suéter (masculine) de lana estilo marinero

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