- 1.1 elefante, (masculine, feminine) a baby elephant una cría de elefante, un elefantito [colloquial/familiar] a bull elephant un elefante macho a cow elephant un elefante hembra, una elefanta she's like an elephant, she never forgets tiene una memoria de elefante to hunt elephant cazar* elefantes the elephant in the room asunto o problema obvio que nadie quiere reconocer to see pink elephants [colloquial, dated/familiar, anticuado] ver* doble [colloquial/familiar], ver* diablos azules (Andes) [colloquial/familiar]More example sentences1.2 (in (United States/los Estados Unidos) ) [Politics/Política] the elephantsímbolo del partido republicano de los EEUU
- The sale of new ivory was banned in 1989 to curb the slaughter of elephants in Africa.
- They will visit Nairobi Nursery, where the smallest orphaned elephants and rhinos are kept.
- On watching the footage, you start to believe that elephants may indeed be as intelligent as the great apes.
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