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dromedary
American English: /ˈdrɑməˌdɛri/
British English: /ˈdrɒmɪd(ə)ri/
, /ˈdrʌmɪd(ə)ri/

Translation of dromedary in Spanish:

noun plural -ries

  • Example sentences
    • The finds suggest that the massive dromedary - or single-humped camel - was hunted by prehistoric people, the researchers add.
    • They are thought to share a common ancestor with the camels and dromedaries of Africa and Asia.
    • One, found in northern Africa and central Asia, consists of the dromedary (one-humped camel) and bactrian camels (two-humped camel).

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