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mink
American English: /mɪŋk/
British English: /mɪŋk/

Translation of mink in Spanish:

noun plural minks or mink

  • 1.1 countable (animal) (before noun) mink farm
    criadero (masculine) or granja (feminine) de visones
    Example sentences
    • Predators of erethizontids include mustelids such as martens, minks, wolverines, ermine, weasels, and fishers.
    • Fishers are among the least understood of the weasel family, or mustelids, which also includes martens, minks, ermines, ferrets, badgers, otters, and wolverines.
    • The weasel family includes such colourful characters as otters, wolverines, skunks, minks and badgers.
    1.2 uncountable (fur)
    piel (feminine) de visón
    (before noun) (collar/stole)
    de visón
    a mink coat
    un abrigo de visón
    Example sentences
    • Classic brown mink in NAFA Mahogany and Demi Buff were anything but traditional in their hip wrapped and belted silhouettes.
    • Quite apart from the serious ethical questions surrounding the killing of animals for their fur, mink fell out of favour as it became associated with the vulgar side of wealth.
    • Deep plum tones are etched in black while bleached ivory mink is laser cut with contrasting brown.
    1.3 countablemink (coat)

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