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kangaroo
American English: /ˌkæŋɡəˈru/
British English: /ˌkaŋɡəˈruː/

Translation of kangaroo in Spanish:

noun plural -roos

  • Example sentences
    • In the wild, its main food supply consists of small wallabies and kangaroos, birds, lizards and probably frogs and crayfish.
    • The forelimbs are smaller than the hindlimbs, but the disparity in size is not as great as in kangaroos and wallabies.
    • Others later compared it to the sound of a kangaroo, or marsupials such as quolls.

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