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pug
American English: /pəɡ/
British English: /pʌɡ/

Translation of pug in Spanish:

noun

  • (dog)
    doguillo (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • As secretary of the Pugalug Club, a group almost 500 strong throughout Ontario devoted to the health and well being of the pug dog breed, I can't help but feel a need to respond to your article, ‘Good, bad and Pugly’.
    • The woman goes inside and comes back with a pug dog wheezing on the end of a red leash.
    • With such strong words, it's no wonder that the mascot on the group's website is a mischievous little pug dog who's ready to lay down the law.

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