There are 2 translations of calf in Spanish:

calf1

Pronunciation: /kæf; kɑːf/

noun/nombre (plural calves)

  • 1 [Zoology/Zoología] (young cow, bull) ternero, (masculine, feminine), becerro, (masculine, feminine) to be in o with calf estar* preñada to kill the fatted calf [literary/literario] celebrar una gran fiesta de bienvenida
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    • In all 12 heifers and 12 bull calves have qualified for the final.
    • On display will be the cream of the 2003 bull and heifer calves that have qualified at various regional shows throughout the summer.
    • Dairy bull calves reared for beef through a pioneering fattening scheme are achieving gross margin returns of £199 a head for Pembrokeshire farmers.
  • 3 [Zoology/Zoología] (young whale) ballenato (masculine); (young elephant, seal, buffalo etc) cría (feminine) ([ de elefante, foca, búfalo etc ])
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    • The transients ambush them - they have a taste for the gray whale calves' high-energy blubber and protein-rich tongues.
    • Whale calves also surface in the ring of open water, right next to their mothers.
    • The whale calf is thought to have become separated from its mother in the lower Thames, where the sighting of another, larger bottlenose whale was reported.

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There are 2 translations of calf in Spanish:

calf2

Pronunciation: /kæf; kɑːf/

noun/nombre (plural calves)

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