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Labrador
American English: /ˈlæbrəˌdɔr/
British English: /ˈlabrədɔː/

Translation of Labrador in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • The Labrador is bred primarily as a working gun dog; structure and soundness are of great importance.
    • The early Labrador dog did not originate in Labrador Canada, but descended from former dogs of Newfoundland, left there years before, by European fishermen and settlers.
    • The research team is looking for adult Labrador dogs less than two years old that are showing early signs of elbow osteoarthritis.

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